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Ms. Brittany 🙏🏽😇🙏🏽 Jan 21
I marched with my family on King Day years ago to take down the Confederate flag. , I marched with to . The flag is gone now because action changes things. Take action now by joining to make a difference for our country!
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Ms. Brittany 🙏🏽😇🙏🏽 Jan 21
So great meeting surrogate at the “Protecting Our Crowns” forum with fellow organizers @Kash2114 and !
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Ty Gibson Jan 20
If you read nothing else from Dr. King today (), please read this:
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DrFaithWNgunjiri Jan 20
Thank you and for coming to the frozen tundra as speakers. It is a tough place to be "other", but today, we felt heard, seen, our humanity affirmed. a luta continua though there is no victory in sight.
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vanessa mattson Jan 21
A simple way to teach my kinders that we may look different on the outside but, we’re all the same on the inside.
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🌵Patti #GeorgiaOnMyMind Aug 28
Join me in pledging "We have only just begun" So proud of you Yolanda.. 57 Years ago.."I have a Dream"... We still have his Dream..
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Cherese C Jan 21
I'm in awe of how talented these kids are and motivated by their drive to exceed what their circumstances may hold them too. Forces you to reflect..What LIFE will you live? What LESSONS will you teach along the way? What LEGACY will you leave?
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@AdamsElemFWCS Jan 21
One of our 5th graders wrote this incredible speech for !
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Ahmed Salim Jan 22
Proud of my brother giving a Martin Luther King Day Talk at Georgetown.
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Katelyn Jan 21
The Martin Luther King Jr. 2020 Celebration with Suffolk’s Creating the Dream Award presentation!
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Hoosier @ TUF 🐶🐱🐓 Jan 21
Eradicate poverty? The guy to help do that is & the . Otherwise know as Universal Basic Income, Dr. King championed something similar before he was assassinated.
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Brody Andrew Mulligan Aug 28
We are not afraid, and our resolve will never waiver in the face of violence, racism, and hatred. We will never give in- and we will not yield. Not now - not ever. Photo: , for The Associated Press
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ADOS-Dallas (DFW) Jan 21
Thanku for the group of ADOS organizers that helped out through calls, info,and literature. Never can forget to thank our mentors that made it all possible!
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Lilei Chow Jan 22
Today my son got in front of the whole school to say “We can all play our part in making this a kinder world.” He complained as his twin had more lines. But here’s what I told him: you got the most important line in the story. :)
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yolro 🧢 Jan 27
, Thomas Paine, Milton Friedman, and on Universal Basic Income. + = Track 5: Our Squalor System "That money trickled downward. So have some trickle upward! Why we only give money to corrupt turds?"
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G.T. Lem Aug 29
MP (1) Tweets out BLACKFACE photos to her constituents (2) On 57th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s march on Washington! I DONT share Blackface photos - but this MP - WTH!
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Alana Stroker Jan 21
Two shifts of over 30 volunteers from worked at today in honor of our annual MLK Week of Service! Stay tuned for tomorrow’s volunteer activity, where do you think we’ll be? “The time is always right to do what is right.”
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TheEpicPrince Jan 22
Our callings and potentials may vary but can all achieve excellence. You can and I can. Wondering how? Check out this piece I wrote in honour of Dr Martin Luther King Jr.
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Hasan Kwame Jeffries Jan 23
Friday I talked to my 4 yo dau’s class about MLK & the Birmingham Children’s Crusade. Tonight, out of nowhere: Her: “I think he was trying to say America was damaged.” Me: Who? Her: Martin Luther King. Me: Yes. Yes he was. at every age!
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Cary Olson Jan 21
Thanks to ⁦⁩ for stopping by Presumpscot Elementary to read to 3rd graders during ⁦. Ss picked out reading books afterwards and were happy to show Mike the various genres.
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