"So these are the things that we have to instill in them so that they can have dreams like Dr. King and so many others".
"In Bakersfield, it's kind of hard", he said.
The American Visionary Museum will be celebrating one of the greatest visionaries in America's history with a day of guided tours, music, workshops, performances and cake!
Nisiya Yates was among students getting repeated applause from the audience as she pointed out progress being made in civil rights since King's death, but added: "But are we truly free?"
"You've seen the comments in the press". Day, the Office of Multicultural Affairs at Murray State is hosting several events Janurary 14-15, including the annual MLK Jr.
"We have a great turnout today". All problems that face the black community stem from a lack of education. We invite everyone to come out and join us.
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"What went on back then is still going on now", he said.
Dream that Americans know how to be nice to everyone and that they will be.
Annie Lewis of We Can Ministries said she's excited about the gathering and the message to young people. He's always been at the top.
The racism she endured as a child she says still exists today, "My granddaughter had an experience last week that just cut me to the core".
"We have to be diligent that we don't regress to the days of old", Wolaridge said. Not just among the races or in the courtroom, but among all people and among all economic levels. The president said at the White House that "love was central" to the slain civil rights leader. "It's up to Congress, it's up to everyday people to take action".
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McCord said the celebration "all comes together" on Monday with the march to Maryville College, which will assemble at 12:45 p.m.at the Martin Luther King Jr.
"Martin taught the importance of nonviolent resistance and civility", he said.
It tells the story and time line of the first interracial banquet in Atlanta that honored Dr. King's as a Noble Peace Prize victor in 1964.
There is still work to do in the community, she said.
And while you have the time this long weekend, try it out. To those who believe in it, this is a time more than ever to follow King's lead and redouble nonviolent efforts to make it a reality.
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Newton echoed coach Ron Rivera's assessment that Newton was poked in the eye. "And it was really getting poked in the eye". The dance moves inspired local musician Shamarr Allen to make a song to go along with the locker room celebration video.