National Geographic Kids Book & $25 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway (Ends 1/25)

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Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Day!

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In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we are hosting an amazing giveaway.

1 winner will receive their choice of Martin Luther King Jr. National Geographic Book & $25 Amazon GC!

Giveaway is open to Worldwide, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).

The giveaway ends on 01/25/16

Simply follow the Rafflecopter entry form below for your chance to win. Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries

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  1. I was a young teen when he died. I still remember when it happened.

  2. Wendy hutton says

    well since I live in Canada I don’t really think MLK day has had any impact on me

  3. I feel that it referents unity and to have people get along no matter. Their race

  4. Corey Hutton says

    I`m Canadian, so MLK day means nothing to me and the man has had no effect on my life. We just changed with the times, as any country with common sense should. 🙂

  5. MLK will always be a reminder of love and tolerance in all of us!

  6. Dr. King was a great man. He was brave and selfless. He believed in equality and peace.

  7. I tried going to the tag agency to register to vote and it was closed due to the holiday. Otherwise it doesn’t really affect me…

  8. It shows the faith people have when facing adversity.

  9. Michelle C says

    I love that the holiday causes us to reflect on all of the things MLK believed in.

  10. Jennifer L. says

    It means remembering to accept all people and treat others with kindness.

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