|January 15, 2023||10:00 A.M.||Binghamton||WSKG|
|January 15, 2023||3:00 P.M.||Watertown||WPBS|
|January 16, 2023||10:30 A.M.||New York City||CUNYTV|
|January 16, 2023||2:00 P.M.||Mountain Lake||WCFE|
|January 16, 2023||2:00 P.M.||Plattsburgh||MLPBS|
|January 16, 2023||3:00 P.M.||New York City||WLIW|
|January 16, 2023||5:00 P.M.||Buffalo/Toronto||WNED|
|January 16, 2023||9:00 P.M.||Capital Region||WMHT|
|January 16, 2023||9:00 P.M.||Rochester||WXXI|
|January 16, 2023||10:00 P.M.||Rochester||City12|
|January 19, 2023||10:00 P.M.||New York City||WNET|
|February 26, 2023||12:00 P.M.||New York City||All Arts/WLIW|
|March 4, 2023||8:30 p.m.||Syracuse||WCNY|
Schedule subject to change, please check your local listings.
January 2021 Program
Civil Rights Then and Now
The one-hour tribute to Dr. King showcased some of the people and organizations across New York State that embody the principles of one of America’s most significant leaders for social justice, freedom, and equality. Through the eyes of New Yorkers from Buffalo to Albany, Lake Placid to New York City, the program focused on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life and dreams with music, art, and inspiring stories that reflect the fight for civil rights then and now across the state.
New York State Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Observance
Albany Mayor’s Office | Battery Park City Authority | College of Saint Rose |Digital First Media | Dormitory Authority of the State of New York | Hot 99.1 | Hudson Valley Greenway | Metropolitan Transportation Authority | Nagengast Florist | New York Power Authority | New York State Agriculture and Markets | New York State Department of Civil Service | New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision | New York State Department of Environmental Conservation | New York State Department of Financial Services | New York State Department of Health | New York State Department of Labor | New York State Department of Motor Vehicles | New York State Department of State | New York State Department of Transportation | New York State Department of Taxation and Finance | New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services | New York State Division of Human Rights | New York State Education Department | New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation | New York State Gaming Commission | New York State Governor’s Office of Employee Relations | New York State Higher Education Services Corporation | New York State Homes and Community Renewal | New York State Insurance Fund | New York State Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs | New York State Liquor Authority | New York State Office for the Aging | New York State Office of Addiction Service and Supports | New York State Office of General Services | New York State Office of Mental Health | New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance | New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority | New York State Parks, Recreation and Historical Preservation | New York State Thruway Authority | New York State Worker’s Compensation Board | New York’s 529 College Savings Program | P.C. Richard and Son | Port Authority of New York and New Jersey | Price Chopper and Market 32 | The State University of New York
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