1. All weekend, the Brooklyn Academy of Music is hosting their traditional (and excellent) tribute to MLK Jr., including a talk by legendary civil-rights activist Angela Davis and a performance by the jazzy José James. All of it’s free; check the website for details.
7. While the whole family can enjoy the special programming at the Museum at Eldridge Street, where they’ll be reading The Great Migration: Journey to the North by Eloise Greenfield, in honor of the day.
8. All weekend, the Brooklyn Children’s Museum is paying tribute, from screening footage of the famous March on Washington, to storytelling about diversity.
9. While those looking to stretch their legs can head to Harlem for the Big Apple Walking Tour to explore the history of the area.