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The King Center 13h
“Any religion that professes to be concerned about the souls of men and is not concerned about the slums that damn them, the economic conditions that strangle them and the social conditions that cripple them is a spiritually moribund religion awaiting burial.”
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Lemon Pepper Spray Windu 49m
Replying to @ejrdavid
"...and with his Black brothers of Africa and his Brown and Yellow brothers of Asia, South America and the Caribbean, the United States Negro is moving with a sense of great urgency toward the promised land of racial justice."-. MLK didn't forget that
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Wilson Ayn Arouet 15h
Replying to @PastorDScott
Kap as a role model is sad. He is the Pied Piper of victimhood. I don't believe G.O.A.T. dream included a victimhood mindset. We all need to moult the skin of victimhood in order to achieve success in life. Or go get a job with CNN, NBC, or Congress.
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Johnalja Feb 10
Great people go by initials.
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zoupdate Feb 15
"Wise works to increase participation, contribution +success of women in science, technology,engineering+mathematics, women make up 23 per cent core STEM occupations in the UK +24 per cent of those working in core STEM industries#HolocaustMemorialDay
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Be A King 15h
“Those who love peace must learn to organize as effectively as those who love war.” Therefore, peacemaking and nonviolence are not aimless, but strategic, relevant and focused.
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Chevy Wade Feb 14
When you speak the truth, they silence you. They would rather have a nation that is divided through racism & hatred. Rather than a nation of all races working together in harmony. Chaos & Confusion = Control
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AyeshaM. 23h
"Let this daring faith, this great invincible surmise, be your sustaining power during these trying days."
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zoupdate Feb 15
" Not only has he worked hard to undermine Ms Ford, this week he also declared that raising the issues of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh was being done by “really evil people” SJ
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heaven ✨ Feb 15
“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” ⁠ ⁠
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zoupdate Feb 15
Bananagate NYK inaccessible art fair 2019
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Elizabeth Dominguez Feb 15
We’re learning about slavery/ Civil Rights Unit for our upcoming novel The Watson’s go to Birmingham. The students re-created paper quilts that were used during the Underground Railroad along with poem templates of MLK’s famous I Have a dream speech.
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The King Center Feb 15
There comes a time...
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dmxll 52m
Replying to @JussieSmollett
Jussie, your current press clippings aside. Please - read your tweet aloud to yourself slowly. Hopefully this will the best self lesson and realization in under 140 of your own characters. Surely - that’s not the character you want to judged by and known as, is it?
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orville lewis Feb 15
Replying to @orvillelewis1
Happy Month. traveled to India to pay his respect to Gandhi. King characterized his trip as a *pilgrimage* not a tourist. King removed his shoes before entering Mahatma Gandhi’s shrine in New Delhi, India, Feb. 11, 1959. (AP Photo). India's press supported MLK
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orville lewis 15h
Replying to @orvillelewis1
Happy . Thanks to Rabbi Everett Gendler who began to help in August 1962. Gendler led a contingent of 19 Conservative rabbis to Birmingham, Alabama. Unfortunately, the movie "Selma" omits any participation of the Jews. The Jews must be given credit.
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CEO™️ Feb 15
Im From 213, Im Still The Same Nigga 👶🏾
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wointheperson Feb 10
Cried my eyes out finishing this book. I know 1968 was a long time ago and it's not like I didn't know how it was going to end ... But my heart 😭😭. The world was lucky to have you.
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Jessica Conrad Ralyn 9h
Progress is needed now, more than ever.
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Stephon Ferguson Feb 15
There’s no place like home. See you @ The Temple Sunday 830 & 11 services.
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