In January 2019, The Annenberg Foundation Trust, in partnership with the Gandhi King Institute for Nonviolence and Social Justice, hosted a gathering of many of Martin Luther King Jr.’s closest advisers during his quest for a better America.
To honor Dr. King, here are some brief clips from the recollections expressed at that historic retreat by those who knew him well.
This is not a long video, but it’s worth your time. Enjoy.
On April 14, 1967, Dr. King spoke at Stanford University, photo courtesy of Stanford University News Service
This is a blog that allows the kkk pd aka racist cops to say what they really think under the identity of their choosing. They dont give a damn about Dr. King, therefore this is a pointless article.
Celeste, I found this video quite powerful & have sent it off to a number of college students who need to see & think about it. Thanks!
The comment by 2kin reflects a troubled mind, simply hate speech.
Great Post n I Thank You For This Post, because it’s a great story that needs to be forever told.
2Kin many may not care, but someone passing by this thread just might care. I don’t believe that all of America is racist, I don’t believe all men have the same same views as the KKK……..but only a chosen few. The dream is still alive, it’s still in the works and some day in someone’s lifetime this same dream will be a reality.