1. Read or watch MLK speeches: Video results for Martin Luther King speeches
2. Donate time or supplies to an area school or after-school program
3. Lower your carbon footprint: Lower Household Carbon Footprint; Tips to Help You Lower Your Carbon Footprint
4. Talk to a child about Martin Luther King Jr. Here's a great piece: Martin Luther King - Biography
5. Interview an older family member about their life: Memoir Writing 101: How to Interview Family Members; Oral Histories - Interviewing Relatives and Collecting Oral History
6. Learn about MLK's life or read a bio about another famous person. Check out Biography.com or MARTIN LUTHER KING JR BIOGRAPHY, Barack Obama
7. Make a list of 10 areas of self-improvement. Create a long-term plan based on that list.
8. Make one small change based on your self-improvement list.
9. Commit an act of random kindness. Check out: The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation
10. Call or write someone from whom you have been estranged. How to Fix a Broken Friendship
11. Write. Write a letter to a friend. How to write a great letter Write a letter to yourself. Lesson/Activity: Write a Letter to Yourself Open Planner
12. Buy a blank notebook and start a journal.
13. Go for a long walk.
14. Write your own prayers.
15. Buy note cards and write three thank you notes dated on MLK day: How to write a thank you note.