New York City’s tributes to Martin Luther King, Jr.

New York City’s tributes to Martin Luther King, Jr.

For Martin Luther King Day, the realtor website 6sqft serves a collection of New York City’s permanent tributes to the civil rights martyr and resilient champion of peaceful protest.

Click here for the article on 6sqft.

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