Workers from XPO Logistics warehouses joined a march in Memphis this morning to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his final public act -- standing with city sanitation workers who were striking for better working conditions and a strong union. (Courtesy photo)

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would have been 90 this year. And Memphians, who engaged in numerous acts of service on the federal holiday, took special note.

The New Tri-State Defender will reflect on the day’s activities in this week’s edition, which publishes on Thursday.