Idaho’s 'Aryan' Education: Martin Luther King, Jr., Day and Racial Politics
Idaho was among the nation's last states to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his human rights work with a paid state holiday. Given Idaho's media-made reputation as a haven for white supremacists, this delay likely surprises few readers. Ironically, however, those supremacists induced the holiday's adoption in 1990.
Gill, Jill. (2011). "Idaho’s 'Aryan' Education: Martin Luther King, Jr., Day and Racial Politics". Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 102(4), 159-177.
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