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Martin Luther King Jr. Historic District. View of Interesting Home on Cain St. adjacent to Freedom Park Trail in Atlanta Georgia
 

 

Tengo Un Sueño - I Have A Dream

Un Dia esta Nacion se alzara ...vivira el verdadero significado de su credo...

Sostenemos que estas verdades son evidentes por si mismas: Que todos los hombres son creados iguales...

 

One Day this Nation will rise up ...live out the true meaning of its creed...

We hold these truths to be self evident: That all men are created equal...

Un dia en las lomas rojas de Georgia ...hijos de antiguos esclavos e hijos de antiguos dueños de esclavos ...podran sentarse juntos en la mesa de la hermandad... Mis cuatro hijos pequeños un dia viviran en una Nacion donde ellos no seran jusgados por el color de su piel sino por el contenido de su caracter...

One day on the red hills of Georgia ...sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners ...will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood... My four little children will one day live in a Nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skins but by the content of their character...

 

Lider de los Derechos Civiles

Nacio el 15 de Enero de 1929. El Dr. King cumpliria 89 años en Enero del 2018.

El Dr. King fue asesinado el 4 de Abril de 1968.

Foto de archivo tomada en Atlanta Georgia el 24 de Octubre de 1966.

 

Civil Rights Leader

Born on January 15 1929. Dr. King would be 89 in January 2018.

Dr. King was slain on April 4, 1968.

Oct. 24, 1966 file photo taken in Atlanta, Ga.

 

Free At Last

Simon

(Future Shock Remix)

From Album: Club Nation America Mixed by Johnny Vicious and Tall Paul

 

Racism is Wrong, the enemy is right here at home: Even The Troops Are Waking Up

Forward thinking, still current and very important speech delivered by Martin Luther King at The Riverside Church in New York City

A Time Comes When Silence is Betrayal ...beyond Vietnam A Time to Break Silence All Over The World

 

The Riverside Church

Jan. 17, 2008

Four decades ago, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led what would be his last campaign—a strike in Memphis, Tenn., involving hundreds of working people who dared to take a stand for dignity and respect on the job and a voice at work with AFSCME. During the strike, King spoke to the workers and reminded them of the dignity of their labor: "So often we overlook the work and the significance of those who are not in professional jobs, of those who are not in the so-called big jobs. But let me say to you tonight that whenever you are engaged in work that serves humanity and is for the building of humanity, it has dignity and it has worth."

Tragically, King never witnessed the success the Memphis sanitation workers achieved. The 64-day strike ended with a union contract for 1,300 members of AFSCME Local 1733. The strike is credited with reviving a dormant union movement in Memphis and initiating a wave of public employee union organizing in other parts of the South. In honor of the strike’s 40th anniversary, the AFL-CIO is holding its 2008 Martin Luther King Jr. holiday observance this weekend in Memphis. More than 900 union and civil rights activists are gathering to reaffirm their commitment to making King’s dream a reality.

A few years before the Memphis strike, King spoke of the importance of a strong labor movement in our country’s history.
“The labor movement was the principal force that transformed misery and despair into hope and progress,” he said.
This year, 40 years after Dr. King’s death, we ask ourselves, "How will things be for our children 40 years from NOW?" We owe it to him to keep up this fight—and that's exactly what we're planning to do.
In solidarity,
Working Families e-Activist Network
P.S. If you’re interested in learning more about the Memphis strike, pick up Michael K. Honey’s book, “Going Down Jericho Road: The Memphis Strike, Martin Luther King's Last Campaign” at the Union Shop Online.

In solidarity,
Working Families e-Activist Network

If you’re interested in learning more about the Memphis strike, pick up Michael K. Honey’s book, “Going Down Jericho Road: The Memphis Strike, Martin Luther King's Last Campaign” at the Union Shop Online.
Pat Robertson Should Go To Hell Just As Soon As Possible Here's racist religious extremist Pat Robertson blaming the Haitians for the recent earthquake that devastated Port-Au-Prince. Robertson demonstrates just how ignorant he is every time he opens his mouth.
 
Global Capitalism and Devastation in Haiti
 

Let the NY Post rot!

We stopped buying the NY Post 20 years ago in February 1990 for being insensitive and down right racist. We don't know why it took so long for people to wake up and see the light.

The NY Post has been a racist newspaper for many decades. We have never again purchased that sorry newspaper since the day that Nelson Mandela was released from prison in South Africa. On the day Nelson Mandela was released from prision the New York Post ran a stupid tabloid story on the front page ignoring the real news of the day.

No one  with any dignity in New York should buy the Post.

Hundreds Protest NY Post Cartoon Seen as Racist Depiction of Obama

 
Obama 'is no Martin Luther King'
 
Aniversario de la muerte de Martin Luther King
 
Commemorate the Legacy of Dr. King Take Action Against War
 
Commentary By Mumia Abu-Jamal "Of Terrorist List and Listers"
 
I have a Dream
 
King
 
Malcolm X Grassroots Movement

 

Minutemen Fueled by Racism
 
National Civil Rights Museum of the United States
 
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The King Center
 
The Louisiana Superdome of shame
 
The War Against the Third World
 
Virginia issues official apology for slavery After 400 years

 

Please join Que Lindos in requesting that the city of Atlanta place signs on the roads and highways around The King Center so that visitors can find it. While on a visit to The King Center in June of 2005 we could not find a single visible sign that indicated where the center is located. We believe that Atlanta could do better to inform its visitors. Que Lindos requests that the student body of every High School that bears the name of Martin Luther King sends a letter to the visitor's bureau of Atlanta and to its Mayor requesting the placement of signs that give visitors the direction's to The King Center.

"True compassion is more than flinging a coin to a beggar;
it comes to see that an edifice which produces beggars needs restructuring."
Martin Luther King Jr.

 

Let's not forget the Ku Klux Klan has murdered more people in the USA than al-Qaeda.

Actualizado - Updated: Monday 15 January, 2018

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