Beverly Residents Asked To Help Martin Luther King Jr. Tribute

Scott Souza

BEVERLY, MA — Beverly students and adults are asked to contribute this year's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. remembrance through submitting short videos of what the late civil rights leaders means to them.

The Beverly Human Rights Committee is looking for videos between 15 and 30 seconds for a presentation that will be shown during this year's celebration, which will be virtual because of the coronavirus health crisis.

Suggestions include reciting an inspiring quote, sharing a message on paper, reading a short power or holding a banner. Those submitting videos are asked to be creative.

Videos can be submitted to Tom Gallo at by Jan. 7 to be used in the socially distanced remembrance.

This article originally appeared on the Beverly Patch