Celebrating The Life and Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr

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Today we remember the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 


As we celebrate the birthday of this great leader, we remember the way Dr. King called on each of us to understand, respect and support each other with compassion and humility. “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” Dr. King said. Today, let’s take a moment for conversations and reflection about diversity, equity and inclusion in our communities, our workplaces and in our everyday lives.


A conversation with Toyota’s chief social innovation officer

Sean Suggs, Chief Social Innovation Officer at Toyota Motor North America, spoke with Constellium’s CEO Jean-Marc Germain about the significance of MLK Day and the power of committing to listen, learn, and take action for change. Hear great insights and advice from one of the top corporate leaders in diversity and inclusion.


“Because of Dr. King, I will…” “Because of Dr. King, I can…”

Sean is encouraging us all to consider what we can do thanks to Dr. King and to make one commitment that honors his legacy. We’ve asked a few of our employees to reflect on these questions.


What is your favorite quote?

 Take our quick poll and tell us which one of these three quotes from Dr. King means the most to you

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To learn more about Dr. King’s life and legacy

The King Center  is a "living memorial" founded by Coretta Scott King to advance the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  

The MLK Research and Education Institute supports research into Martin Luther King's life and work and programs that promote understanding of social justice issues.