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MLK III
Martin Luther King III, global human rights activist and humanitarian who continues his efforts to realize his father's dream.
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MLK III May 25
I appreciate this thoughtful article and the opportunity to talk about how my father led and what he stood for.
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MLK III May 24
Very saddened to hear, once again, of a school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas. When is enough, enough? When will we actually do something about gun disruption in our nation? For it only takes a few good women and men to bring about change.
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MLK III May 24
If we can make great strides in technology, as we have as a nation, then certainly we can make great strides to protect and preserve human beings.
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MLK III May 24
To all the victims of the Santa Fe shooting, not only do we send prayers and condolences, but we want to encourage mobilization to end gun violence once and for all.
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NatCivilRightsMuseum May 24
We are moving Freedom Forward in the remembrance of Dr. King in the 50th yr of his death. Let it be known what moving in the New Civil Rights Movement means to you! Compete in the Drop the Mic Poetry Slam for the grand prize of $1,500 at .
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Reverend Al Sharpton May 24
Join & more at HQ 5/25 to demand that end this unjust policy denying players their personal freedoms & 1st amendment rights. We will not rest until players reserve their right to speak freely. We will & continue to fight injustice.
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MLK III May 24
Violence only begets violence. We are a much, much better nation than the behavior we have chosen to exhibit. We can and we must do better.
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MLK III May 24
Very powerful statement. "The best way to disrespect the flag is to compel people to stand for it."
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MLK III May 24
My father said,”... I read that the greatness of America was the right to protest for rights.” Sadly, when Americans are disallowed to protest for rights, their rights are suppressed. That should be unacceptable in this nation we all call home.
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Nat'l Urban League May 22
It's in 4 states today 🗳. Get out + if you live in: - - - - Here's a guide on what to watch for 👉🏾: .
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MLK III May 22
Please vote today if you didn't participate in early voting!!
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MLK III May 21
Interesting background on my father's quote used at this past weekend's
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Drum Major Institute May 14
Thank you for your tribute to Dr. King at In 1964, said someday we would all have to atone, not only for the words and actions of the bad people, but for “the appalling silence and indifference of the good people."
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RISE May 17
RISE brought its RISE to Vote campaign to New York Giants players, coaches and staff today: . Read more about RISE to Vote: .
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Ian Cutler May 17
Honor to hear speak to about importance of voting and the rights his father fought for
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Kim Miller May 17
. expresses the importance of voting with the and shared that his father used to say, “a voteless people is a powerless people.”
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MLK III May 19
Very nice to hear my Dad quoted at the ! Indeed, we need more focus on the redemptive power of love.
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Michael Beschloss May 13
Page from Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” first published 55 years ago this week:
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NatCivilRightsMuseum May 11
in 1963, one day after the city of Birmingham agreed to desegregate counters, rioters bombed the A.G. Gaston Motel, a place frequented by civil rights activists. Today, we won't always agree. But, we must express opinions in nonviolent manners.
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Invest Atlanta May 11
Invest Atlanta is both an and Community Development organization. As part of these efforts, we've helped many first-time homebuyers like Corinne (73 last year!) achieve their dream of homeownership in the City of Atlanta.
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