Question of the week: “What do you feel is most important about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s message?”
Earl Ingram, Jr.: “Service. (By) serving other’s works not words, you and I have the ability to change the world.”
Terry Brimley: “He served as a face for the civil rights movement. Further, he was a martyr for the best cause of the time.”
Latasha Hines: “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. believed in equal rights for all. He not only talked about change, he actually fought for change everyday. He knew that change and making a difference was his God-given purpose.”
Deidra Y.A. Edwards: “Dr, King’s ability to peacefully bring together people of all colors and all walks of life to work toward a common goal – freedom and equality for all people.”
August 17, 2012 //
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