We have all suffered the feeling of frustration at what in our eyes is an act of injustice and touches us so deeply because in general we were educated by the sense of justice as a convention and a human search aimed at creating a society with consequences for that which breaks the balance of coexistence. However, when the visceral engine comes from hatred or resentment, we are talking about that thirst that has driven great tragedies throughout the history of humanity: revenge.
On November 2, 1983, President Ronald Reagan decreed the creation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the United States. The first states applied it since 1986 and as of January 17, 2000 it is officially celebrated in the 50 states of the country. It is thus marked by the anniversary of his birth and by legal procedure of non-working days, it is celebrated on the third Monday of January of each year.