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Hans A Koning
7 years ago

After all these years, I find Dr. King still extremely inspiring. This is my favourite Dr King quote: "Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only ligth can do that. Equally, hate cannot drive out hate, only love can."

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Community Manager
7 years ago

Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King jr. Music: Happy Birthday by Stevie wonder

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5 years ago

Beautiful tribute for great man

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Richard Derks
7 years ago

I have a dream speech

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Richard Derks
7 years ago

A very important man in history. We remember him today. Happy Martin Luther King day!

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Janice
10 years ago

Martin Luther king Jr was a VERY important person i admire him because he had done a lot to have the Africans to have rights just like whites and because of that James Earl Ray (white)had the guts to assassinate martin Luther king Jr which he had NO RIGHT to do that we should all appreciate what he did for us he deserves to come back he did everything he could to help his community and most of us didn't care but i do luv u Martin Luther King Jr

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love it.

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Andrew Davis II
10 years ago

Here's a direct DL link to the mp3: http://bit.ly/f6oUrT Link to tribute video: http://bit.ly/hJeEqV

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Chevelle
10 years ago

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deonondec
11 years ago

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deonondec
11 years ago

R.I.P ZABIN HARRIS (ZAY)

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deonondec
11 years ago

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Andrew
11 years ago

all races as one--African, Jew, English, Irish, Hispanic, Arabic, Chinease, Japanease..all races treat each other as Americans. color is NOT a race.

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sarah fitzpatrick
11 years ago

I'm in the sky and nobodys hurt

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Timothy
11 years ago

I wish that man were still alive.

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julian
11 years ago

i will nnever for get dr kings speech

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julian
11 years ago

WEA

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arma
11 years ago

I look at world we are living and cry at what we become we have forgotten how to love and be at peace we enetred into maddness with the preoccuption to see wars NOT stop them. lets not forget martin Luther King and Gandhi and others lets move owards finding a dream and living it

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NatalieOgden
11 years ago

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Anonymous
12 years ago

A GREAT MAN...

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Lora
13 years ago

You worked for civil rights and equality in this nation and made a huge impact. We are still dealing with it today but without you so many would have no rights. I as a white person look up to you for standing up and making a difference. Without you and many others in this world no one would have a voice.

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Sam Morris
13 years ago

This day is to honor you. Thank you for all that you have done. You gave the ultimate sacrifice, and we are all grateful!

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Tobin Zdziarski
13 years ago

I studied you in history. I am not American but I know what you did and you are wonderful!

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Anonymous
13 years ago

Thank you Dr. King for giving black people the opportunity to feel proud of who they are and where they come from. I love you and my people back home in Jamaica love. Also if it wasn't for you we wouldn't have the freedom to do all the things that we are all doing in the United States today. One Love

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Anonymous
13 years ago

Remembering the powerful and honorable Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. makes me appreciate where I am,what I have, and gives me the mind to strive for success. His most famous speech "I Have A Dream" lives within me! Through his struggles he encouraged me to stand up for my beliefs and fight for whats right and not to let anything stop me, because I'm on my way. I just want to thank him for his huge success!!!

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Anonymous
13 years ago

Remembering the work of MLK, Jr. strengthens my awareness and vision of where we are going and what it takes to get there.

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Anonymous
13 years ago

Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King and his legacy helps me to always fight for justice and equality for all people,and never forget that we are all one people under God. I'll never forget what he stood for as long as I live.

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Anonymous
13 years ago

Remembering the work of Martin Luther King and of the work of he and Archbishop Joseph Raya of Jordan to end oppression in America.

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Anonymous
13 years ago

I remember Martin Luther King giving his I Have a Dream speech and feeling for aliveness and purpose. His purpose enliven in me my purpose even though I was just a teenager at the time. I have followed that purpose all my life. I work for peace and often Dr King still inspires me toward my my goal. Joseph Bernard,Ph.D. www.peace-together.com www.explorelifeblog.com

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Anonymous
13 years ago

As far as I am concern he was one of the many outstanding poeople in history. He was not only fighting for the equality of African Americans but he was fighting for the rights of all people. We all remeber him for " I Had A Dream" but the real question is what are we doing for his dream now?

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Anonymous
13 years ago

~~the best leader~~

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Anonymous
13 years ago

**~4 reaching his goals~**

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Anonymous
13 years ago

To Help Stop The Slavery

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Anonymous
13 years ago

for helping to stop slavory

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Anonymous
13 years ago

Thank You Dr. King for Your Strength and Courage and Goodness and Kindness to Liberate Us All from hatred and bring Us All Into Freedom. I love you. Penny Torres Spinnler

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Anonymous
13 years ago

THANK YOU FOR MY FREEDOM!!!

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Anonymous
13 years ago

thank you for my freedom

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Anonymous
13 years ago

I love Martin Luther King Jr. to death he brought peace to this world and showed others that violence is not the answer.He showed others that you can solve a conflict without fighting.It helped me not to be racist and to learn that any body with any color can be you friend and back in the day we couldnt have white friends but now I know and see people with white friends and with white relatives and that all started with.....Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.

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George Stockton
13 years ago

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13 years ago

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Dana Oshiro
13 years ago

This man IS civil rights in America. It is amazing how relevant and timely his speeches still are. He is a great inspiration to so many.

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Anonymous
13 years ago

I read Martin Luther King's autobiography recently and was inspired again. Every time I read about him or hear "I Have a Dream" it reminds me of what others have had to do to help me have comfort in my life. Thank you. Here is where the autobiography is: http://www.stanford.edu/group/King/publications/autobiography/ch_1.htm

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Dana Oshiro
13 years ago

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Dana Oshiro
13 years ago

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Dana Oshiro
13 years ago