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The King Center Oct 9
We’ve often heard and read, “ got killed.” False. (racism, corruption, economic injustice, white supremacy, hate, apathy + fear of the outcomes of nonviolent social change + ) killed MLK. But his dream lives and nonviolence still works.
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The King Center Oct 7
The judge who sentenced a man to 10 days in jail for oversleeping jury duty clears his record. "I know that he has been totally rehabilitated.” -Judge But he didn’t need rehabilitation. “Somebody somewhere has to have some sense...”
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The Real RaNon Oct 14
Time to Reveal the Misinformation They stole everything.... Middle East = Vietnam An infiltration planned over a chess game We carried the flag from Bethel to DC They'll never believe who we really are...
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Today In History Oct 13
14 Oct 1964: Martin Luther Jr. is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for combating racial inequality through nonviolent .
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Christine Dempsey Oct 13
We live in a time where its legal for samesex couples to marry AND the Supreme Ct hears arguments to consid LGBT workers in sex discrimination cases. never denied who he was, or his purpose in life, even when working with . He paved the road to equality.
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Republican Porn 2h
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CoonBuster Oct 12
on the continent and of the . Those who said it best have already been laid to rest®© ......
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Tony Dort 5h
Now this...this is special
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Grenada🇬🇩 Canada 🇨🇦 Oct 14
Brilliant Martin Luther King Jr. Powerful Martin Luther King Jr.
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The King Center Oct 10
We are influencing a generation with wisdom from elders, lessons from leaders and discussion on how understanding history helps us now! Today, 170 students (elementary & high school) participated in our first for the 2019-2020 School Year.
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Richard Silvia 6h
Replying to @marwilliamson
Dear America, this is —not the same old Colosseum of mock truth. She will bring this country forward. With inclusion of all her people, what is possible is what leaders like dreamed of. Dear America, this is our dream. Own it, create it.
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Tommy Wilmoth Oct 14
if you are against because he did bad things, you can also be against because he also did bad things
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L.B. ThruHistory 22h
I believe was not really educated about dream interpretations. Many people were unable to cross the national mall that day and missed lunch. I'm not sure MLK really understood that most people don't like hearing about someone else's dreams.
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JFK Assassination Board Oct 14
OTD In 1963: LHO rents a tiny room at Mrs. A.C. Johnson's boarding house at 1026 N. Beckley Street. The WC claims he uses an alias, O H. Lee, but he says they just misunderstood his name. 1964: MLK wins the Nobel Peace Prize for his civil rights work.
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Scottsdale Hub 4h
Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate, only love can do that. –
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peter bruce Oct 11
Russia should urge the UN security council to immediately intervene in the conflict bc "...at the end we shall remember not the hate of our enemies, (the savagery and brutality of La Republique du Cameroun) but the silence and inaction of our friends."-
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Vicki Dillard Crowe 7h
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Tom 25m
Just realised where I am......
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Robert Cheese Gardner 2h
My boy is totally bringing the heat on this morning. "In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies...but the silence of our friends" Geesh!!
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Drop the Mike 6h
Replying to @MichaelsShaffer
Ignore that whole quote I posted so proudly.
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