Civil Rights Day observed by Arizona and New Hampshire states. The day is held on the third Monday of January every year. This day is observed along with Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Civil Rights Day is a public holiday in the New Hampshire and in Arizona states.
The day is an off day for general peoples, most of the businesses, schools, etc. are closed. Those peoples who have plans to use public transport on this day, they may need to check with their local transport authorities. 1992, the Civil Rights Day established in Arizona.
When is Civil Rights Day in 2020?
The Civil Rights Day of Arizona and New Hampshire will be celebrated on Monday, 20th of January 2020. This day held on the third of January every year. This holiday is known as Human Rights Day in Idaho. The date of it varies each year for celebrating it on the third Monday of January.
History of Civil Rights Day (Arizona, New Hampshire)
It is referenced with the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s. The movement was called for human rights, equality, worker’s rights, and other issues. During this movement, many activists move for human rights such as Nelson Mandela. In 1991 New Hampshire established it and in 1992 Arizona claimed it.
- The rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened- John F Kennedy.
- Human Rights Day reminds us of our powers to stop any injustice or abuse by any authority. Let us come together to celebrate those powerful rights.
- At the points when the crucial standards of human rights are not secured, the focal points of our foundation never again hold.
- To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity.- Nelson Mandela
- Wishing you a Happy Human Rights Day on this glorious occasion. Always be yourself and stand up for your rights as everyone has the freedom to express themselves well.
- The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any- Alice Walker
Civil Rights Day Celebration
Peoples of Arizona and New Hampshire celebrate the Civil Rights Day to honor the movement. In schools, teachers teach their students about it and play quizzes. Peoples learn about it in the newspaper, online articles, magazines, TV programs, and radio programs. Students learn about the importance of civil rights.