MARCHING TOWARDS THE DREAM IN HONOR OF DR MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.
Dr. King meets with Malcolm – X ( Both on Mission for the people) His Funeral Procession.
Yes this is a man to remember and honor, Dr. Martin luther King was a great leader for the equality of not just our people but for all people to be looked at and treated equally.. With love , respect and in peace.. He was an activists on many fronts , he did not chose to be an leader but without choice he was chosen..Dr. King fought and died for our rights and since then Black Americans and minorities alike have come to the full measure of our late Dr. Kings Dream.. Which he proclaimed over 45 years ago in his “I Have A Dream Speech” , that “one day” little boys and little girls both black and white and all in between will be able to walk hand in hand and be treated fairly, regardless of race… We’re all the Human Race.. But are we One Nation under God!.. Since last Aug. on the 22nd of 2011 , when the King statue was revealed and placed in Washington, D.C. , Among the Monuments and President’s Lincoln Statue , it is the only one that Stands for the glory of God…
6 days later on Aug. 28th 2011, would have been the first “I have a dream” speech memorial celebrations in honor of Dr. King at the Memorial site , however it did not take place due to the multitude of storms and earthquakes throughtout the eastcoast..”Think about It”took-affect exactly seven weeks later. Many do not know that in late 1963 , early 1964 civil rights movement , during an live TV interview live in black and white, Dr. Martin luther King , said that he believed that we would in 40 to 45 years have an black president – thus Obama being the 44th. President of the United States of America.. Even now unto this very day , Many Americans and people from around the world were inspiried and influenced to fellow the message of love and peace and non-violence movement of the late Great Dr. Martin Luther King Jr… He Gave his Life and his time for the sakes of us all.. We thank Dr. King and We want to thank and bless the King Family… We like to promote the “Get to know” who you are campaign , We encourage young people to read more of our history, find more about who were some of our greatest leaders and what they did for our better futures. Learn to be Doctors, and Lawyers , Politicians , Professors , Enginneers , Scientist and Business Owners.. Strive High and acheive the Dreams , nothing is “Impossible” – Knowledge is power , so go to college , get them Degrees and change things – it’s your future!.. they didn’t die for nothing , Our past great leaders like: Medger Edvers , Nat Turner , Frederick Douglas and Harriett Tubman – look them up as well as great black inventors and black doctors… Seek the Truth and know the Truth!…
Had he lived, Martin Luther King Jr. would have turned 83 on January 15. Where would his career have led had he not been murdered in Memphis in April 1968? We can never know. He was just 39 when he died. That was 44 years ago.
We know this, however: He had already succeeded in transforming this country as few had done before him, and he was only getting started. He’d summoned a vision of a better America and made others see it. He’d told us of a country where justice and righteousness flowed like a mighty stream. He walked the first mile with us. Then he was gone, and we were left lost and wandering.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a United States federal holiday marking the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It is observed on the third Monday of January each year, which is around the time of King’s birthday, January 15. The floating holiday is similar to holidays set under the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, though the act predated the establishment of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by 15 years.
King was the chief spokesman for nonviolent activism in the civil rights movement, which successfully protested racial discrimination in federal and state law. The campaign for a federal holiday in King’s honor began soon after his assassination in 1968. Ronald Reagan signed the holiday into law in 1983, and it was first observed on January 20, 1986. At first, some states resisted observing the holiday as such, giving it alternative names or combining it with other holidays. It was officially observed in all 50 states for the first time in 2000.