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OWL POD 6h
#313 - so many times we still see discrimination and challenges with humanity. Not sure if we will overcome it, but today as I was doing my daily reading from
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Nicolas Tenzer Nov 13
Dear American friends, I am not sure that will commemorate. But this day is a great day in your history: the Supreme Court decided to put an end to in the buses. Let's pay tribute to and Make America Decent Again.
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Kyndal Fadler 19h
I have this quote written on the inside of every notebook I’ve ever had. You bet one day it’ll be posted in my classroom! ❤️
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YOUHEARDHER♋ Nov 8
unconsciously want to destroy it.”
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Sibborg Nov 3
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Patrick Vernon Oct 10
Meet tonight talked about .He quoted as one of his inspirations. I hope the Minister will consider this quote from King to ensure there is justice for & their descendants
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paige robbins Oct 28
Truth in 1968, truer still today-Sooner or later all the people of the world will have to discover a way to live together in peace, and thereby transform this pending cosmic elegy into a creative psalm of brotherhood..The foundation..is love.
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Brandon V 10h
You know I understand ? People with character who look beyond the character being played out with words not their own. Cause its a sliperry slope... Imagine wrote none...
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Tania Fakhry Nov 15
“Let no man pull you low enough to hate him.”
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Aissa eng Nov 7
A man can't ride your back unless it's bent.
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suhaila_noori wardak 8h
“ The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education “
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OfficialStopthefrisk 6h
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Apodaca Bail Bonds Nov 15
To ignore evil is to become an accomplice to it.
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Tate Oct 27
Abstract painter Jack Whitten met both & during the civil rights movement in the USA. The artist's 'Homage to Malcolm' pays tribute to the civil rights leader as a symbol of strength. Watch the full film here:
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Elk Grove News Nov 12
. to consider organizing birthday parade at next council meeting
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Blessed Oct 29
. I often refer back to or ’s speeches. They had a way of speaking to everyone in difficult times. They both had a way of making you think and made us do some on issues. Unfortunately, their messages still ring true.
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Joel Mills Sep 27
Not considered political as an artist, James Brown was to play in Boston Garden April 5, the night after assassination. Officials feared rioting & broadcast the concert live to keep people at home. This song was Brown's legacy to '68 political consciousness.
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Zona Zarić Oct 13
“Every nation must now develop and overriding loyalty to mankind as a whole in order to preserve the best in their individual societies.” The Great
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TravelsafeSgt Oct 13
Life changing for both the kids who receive the but also for the kids who teach them how to use it. Experience, skills, independence, teaching, = jobs 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻💜 In the words of I HAD A DREAM Please help us make it a reality 😃
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Franklin Mint Nov 14
I think it's hypocritical to celebrate and not conduct yourself as he did: without anger or hostility but with understanding and compassion.
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