So, Did u get to learn something new about the Great Martin Luther King Jr. today?
"Obviously, we are in a hard state right now as Americans as well with the leader of our country".
"Our weather today is not very nice but as you can see from our crowd, we still have a lot of fearless souls who have braved the elements to march together and in unity", explains Cheryl Clay, President of NAACP Springfield. He believed in the fundamental, most important teaching in the Bible: "'Do unto others as you would have others do unto you, '" he said. I don't think so.
Wray said "lack of equal opportunity hurts all of us, discrimination against one person hurts the whole community and hate against one becomes hate against all".More news: Jason Cummings: Rangers sign Nottingham Forest forward on loan
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The tweet caused people to question Ivanka's timing in the wake of widespread public sentiment that her father, President Donald Trump, made a racist comment regarding developing nations and immigration to the US.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, Governor Charlie Baker, and community leaders came together at the Boston Convention Center to remember MLK and discuss the importance of his values. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968.
Reddick told the crowd that "desegregation and integration without truth and reconciliation is what has led us to where we are today". "In celebration of his legacy, we will work towards his vision of building a "beloved community" through service". Day, stars and politicians, like Barack Obama, are celebrating his life on Twitter. It's the biggest night in the world for us as athletes, all come together. "The objective of the Diversity Council is to create a platform for equality, for inclusion, for engagement for the sake of making our community better and stronger for all of its citizens". "So it's just a part of who we are, and it's a commitment we've had for a lot of years".
"We're still marching. We're still saying the same thing".
"It's just a blessing to be here and to know that we can still have the privilege to represent Dr. King and everything in his honor", Wilma Steele said.
"And because we've built such an incredible country and for us to be able to live free lives and be able to work and work together, no matter the colour of skin tone or things of that nature".