Remembering MLK Jr — Reflecting on Racism

Remembering MLK Jr — Reflecting on Racism

Remembering MLK Jr — Reflecting on Racism

Bunche thought they could accomplish more by concentrating their efforts on concrete actions. Day, saying it is a day to mourn his loss, celebrate his legacy and pledge to fight for his dream of equality, freedom, justice and peace.

Most people might veer into this room and see nothing but junk. He's not just a thing of the past. Said Samuel Herbert of the Coalition to save MLK Park. They made old furniture new again at Habitat for Humanity's Restore.

Speaking to reporters ahead of the Cavs' prime-time clash with the Golden State Warriors later on Monday, James paid tribute to slain icon King while simultaneously accusing Trump of fueling divisions.

To localize the message, she said they also share with students about civil rights activists who helped change Pictou County including Dr. Carrie Best and Viola Desmond. "He left a legacy behind that we can do anything that we want to as long as we keep God first at the head of ours lives". "Just taking what he was able to give to us and give us that type of empowerment, give us that type of strength to be able to go out and talk about things that really matter". It's a gesture of hope. He remembers his friendship and the lessons he left the world. Monday would have been King's 89th birthday. "It shows character dedication".

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"I think that's part of the foundation of this honor".

Artists like Travis Scott, Chris Brown, Diddy, Common and others went on social media and saluted MLK for his courage and leadership during a time when black people were beaten and tormented for standing up for their rights.

"The president is working for America, period, as he is draining the swamp", the civil rights figure asserted.

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