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An Impactful Way Every Leader and Brand Can Honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's Legacy, Today and Everyday

Both your team and the customers you serve want you to demonstrate your admiration and commitment to Dr. King's legacy, beyond just saying you do.

By SONIA THOMPSON, CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE STRATEGIST, CONSULTANT, AND SPEAKER, @soniaethompson


Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaking before crowd March 25, 1965 in Montgomery, Alabama. Getty Images



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