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Celebrating the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday

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  • RevL 5 years ago

    So, what will you do to celebrate King Holiday. Let us know. We want to hear. Also, tell us, what does Dr. King's life and legacy mean to you. What is the meaning for our times? Speak to me Global Community. Blessings and Peace, RevL

  • JoAnne M Terrell 5 years ago

    I will think of the great souled man on the occasion of his birth. I will also attend several lectures and sermons given in his honor over the weekend and Monday. Moreover, I will continue examining myself to see whether I am contributing as much as I possibly can to the Beloved Community/City of Friends in Haiti and my immediate environs.

  • RevL 5 years ago

    Thank you, Dr. Terrell. So I ask everyone, what does Dr. King's legacy mean to you right now for these times in light of the Haiti Crisis. Speak to us here. Thanks so much!

  • Sandhya Jha 5 years ago

    In 2005, there was a picture on the cover of the New York Times. A woman had made "bread" out of flour, mud and straw. I think Dr. King would be outraged that people have been starving and dying due to systemic oppression and it took a natural disaster for us to pay attention. Today what I think that means for those of us fighting for justice is that we don't disappear once the rubble has cleared, and we nurture and support the Haitian people in their struggle for justice and dignity and food on a day-to-day basis.

  • tina 5 years ago

    Is Dr.King brthday a government holiday?
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