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Reverend Al Sharpton Apr 4
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr was assassinated 52 years ago today. They killed the dreamer, but they couldn’t the dream. Let us continue to keep the dream alive✊🏾
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Sherrilyn Ifill Apr 4
Listen. It will break your heart. But there’s fearless resolve here too. And a true understanding of the stakes in this fight.
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Leading Nigeria's Conversation Apr 4
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Sherrilyn Ifill Apr 4
A powerful and moving piece from the ⁦⁩ April 6, 1968.
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Steve Cohen Apr 4
in .We will never forget the dream and the dreamer.
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🌌⋆💜𝑫𝒂𝒓𝒍𝒊𝒏𝒈 𝑵𝒊𝒌𝒌𝒊💜⋆🌌 Apr 4
🎶Early evening, April 4, shots rings out in a Memphis sky. 'Free at last', they took your life. But they could not take your pride.🎶
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Maya Wiley Apr 4
“As long as there is poverty in this world, no [person] can be totally rich even if he has a billion dollars. As long as diseases are rampant...no [person] can be totally healthy, even if he just got a clean bill of health from the finest clinic in America.” -
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Nanette D. Barragán Apr 4
“We cannot walk alone… We cannot turn back.” - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Even in times of crisis, we must remember that the fight for a better nation and world starts when we work TOGETHER. Let us honor ’s legacy by continuing his fight .
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Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Apr 4
The antibodies we need to face this moral crisis are in our spiritual DNA.
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Rich Cruse Apr 4
His words are a powerful reminder. “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” 🙏🏼🙏🏾❤️
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Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Apr 4
The US is quickly racing toward to highest death rate in the world because the extreme inequality we have long tolerated in this nation creates underlying conditions that make us peculiarly susceptible to this disease.—
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Donna Brazile Apr 4
Dr. Martin Luther King, jr. was assassinated 52 years ago today in Memphis, Tennessee. Let’s remember his compassion for others. “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”
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Barbara Arnwine, Esq. Apr 4
Join us on Monday, April 6, 5:30 PM for our TeleTown Hall on Facebook Live, Protecting America’s Right to Vote in the Era of COVID-19:Our March to the Ballot Box w
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David B. Grinberg Apr 4
Your father was a great man. We need more great men & women like him. The dream lives, the fight continues for social justice, equality for all... cc
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The Crisis Magazine Apr 4
In the months before his assassination, Dr. King became increasingly concerned with the problem of economic inequality in America. "We refuse to believe that there are insufficient funds in the great vaults of opportunity of this nation." ~MLK
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National NOW Apr 3
Replying to @NationalNOW
With the popular push for vote-by-mail and absentee ballots, no one is thinking of how to lower the unexpected and preventable disenfranchising barriers towards the 25 million people it will negatively impact.
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Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Apr 4
In these critical days when we have been made especially sensitive to the need to watch for symptoms, it is not just our physical bodies we must watch but also our body politic.
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UNITE HERE Apr 4
Today, we honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and continue his legacy of activism by fighting for working people across America. “The labor movement was the principal force that transformed misery and despair into hope and progress.” – Martin Luther King Jr.
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Margaret Kimberley Apr 4
Martin Luther King gave this speech on April 4, 1967. He broke with Johnson and forcefully opposed the war. He was assassinated exactly one year later. 1 of 2
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Richard Corcoran Apr 4
“Well, I don't know what will happen now. We've got some difficult days ahead. But it doesn't matter with me now. Because I've been to the mountaintop.”
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