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Niko Z @DJDeepPockets🔁 The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr leads a kneeling protest in Selma, Alabama, 1965.
Antonio G Pizarro @apoloniohombre🔁 These words from Dr. King also come to mind today:
Hillary Clinton @HillaryClinton🔁These words from Dr. King also come to mind today:
Barack Obama @BarackObama🔁Dr. King was 26 when the Montgomery bus boycott began. He started small, rallying others who believed their efforts m twitter.com attered, pressing on through challenges and doubts to change our world for the better. A permanent inspiration for the rest of us to keep pushing towards justice.
Joe Biden @JoeBiden🔁Dr. King said that change “comes through continuous struggle.” As we celebrate his legacy today, we’re once again liv twitter.com ing through a battle for the soul of this nation. We'll win this battle by following his example: standing up, getting involved, and demanding our voices be heard.
docytr @docytr🔁Isn’t it interesting seeing all of the teams who didn’t hire tweet quotes of Dr Martin Luther King about non violent protest ?
Ron Burgundy @PU41967🔁WHAT NOW CNN ?????
Yesterday Martin Luther King Jr’s family honored President Trump DESTROYING Liberal Media’s ‘Trumps a racist’ fake news narrative and today
Dr. Ronny Jackson DESTROYED Liberal media’s ‘Trump’s mental Fitness’ fake news narrative.
CNN IS VERY FAKE NEWS
🍯boo @yoncejr🔁What they forget to tell you is DR. KING SURVIVED THE SHOT but hear what they did at the hospital he was taken to...and his back stabbers (many facts to support this btw)
armando lombana @LombanaArmando1🔁Dr. King was 26 when the Montgomery bus boycott began. He started small, rallying others who believed their efforts mattered, pressing on through challenges and doubts to change our world for the better. A permanent inspiration for the rest of us to keep pushing towards justice.
Mike Oxlong @Danjohnston1969🔁 Dr. Avelda King--A true class act. God Bless You Ma'am!! twitter.com
Susan Melnik @dr4sue🔁You cannot credibly honor Dr. King without forcefully addressing the systemic racism that produced and normalized extremism in city governments, state legislatures, the U.S. Congress, and the present administration of . Any attempt to do so is hypocritical.
Larry Pool @lpool1949🔁"Dr. King's dream is our dream. It is the American Dream. It's the promise stitched into the fabric of our Nation, etched into the hearts of our people, and written into the soul of humankind."
قيس فارس @qoicmzcymmalac1🔁"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy ." - Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Tina @Tina78270116🔁Fifth-grader delivers powerful speech paying tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.: "My dream for today's world is to eliminate poverty and for every human being to have equal, fair access to education and healthcare."
Patience Mckinley @PatienceMckinl7🔁Dr. King believed America was 'sick' in his day. That being the case, today’s led America is gravely ill.
JOHNNY LYNN @JOHNNYL94383665🔁We are people. Not color.Not race. Not how much money we have. Not famous you are. We are all people. Together we are one thank you Dr King 👳🏿♀❤👩🏿🌾❤👨🏿🔧❤👩🔧 we can each other
Kate Zimar @KateZimar🔁Join us in celebrating the legacy of Dr. King and all those who have joined the fight for peace and equality by making a commitment to teach kindness, gratitude, empathy, and social action to children around the world 🌏❤️✌️
Jimmy Star @DrJimmyStar🔁 Hello Sir Dr. Jimmy♚ KING of COOL♚ @DrJimmyStar Thank for RT
You are SUPER🎩, Hubert 🤟
Jimmy Star @DrJimmyStar🔁 Hello Dr. Jimmy♚ KING of COOL♚ @DrJimmyStar 1,00000000000.....Thanks for RT
Susan Melnik @dr4sue🔁Dr. King’s legacy and fiery prophetic message is often distorted & sanitized by remaking him as popular. The same folks who condemn today’s prophets that stand against racism, poverty, & militarism as ‘race baiters’ & ‘rabble-rousers’ would’ve labeled King the same way.
Raguelshemakim1124 @Raguelshemakim🔁"Peace for Israel means security and that security must be a reality."
- Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
January 15, 1929 - April 4, 1968
Liza Koshy PH 🇵🇭 @LizaKoshy_PH🔁"The time is always right to do what is right." Martin Luther King, Jr.
Always thankful for your time, Dr. King.
Moot Cthulu @stognochill🔁Hey brov do you fuckin know who Dr. King even was? twitter.com
Floyd Tech Dude @phonesandpcs🔁Seriously?? King cared about the poor. You care about the rich. Here are some of his words:
God never intended for one group of people to live in superfluous inordinate wealth, while others live in abject deadening poverty.” Dr. King, “Strength to Love”, 1963
Aramis Ramos Valdez @master924🔁Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Last Speech
"I would like to live a long life...but I'm not concerned about that now."
JRT @leroykincaid80🔁Heartbreaking & Infuriating.
Jorge Garcia has lived in the United States since he was 10 years old.
As Trump tweets his love of Dr. King, he deported Jorge today - ripping him away from his wife & kids.
Susan Melnik @dr4sue🔁Dr. King’s diagnosis that America was sick was partly rooted in his assessment that America had never fully repented of her original sin of race-based chattel slavery.
rains6944 @rains6944🔁Around the world, US Embassies & Consulates are sharing Martin Luther King, Jr.’s history & inspiring people everywhere to make their communities better. created the video to highlight of Service as our way of honoring Dr. King’s legacy.
Jennifer Tromans @JenTromans🔁Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once told us "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter." So on this , let us not be afraid to speak out against intolerance, speak out against harassment and speak out against injustice.
Kat (Karen) McGill @BrierIslandKat🔁 Oh look, FBI agents are still reading Dr. King's mail. twitter.com
Susan Melnik @dr4sue🔁In his final sermon on April 3rd, 1968, at Mason Temple Church Of God In Christ, Memphis, TN , as a thunderstorm outside the church echoed the turmoil in America’s public life, Dr. King said, “The nation is sick. Trouble is in the land. Confusion all around.”
rains6944 @rains6944🔁Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would have been 89 years old today. He said, "Life's most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?"
At we try to uphold Dr. King's legacy by doing right and feeding everyone.
Clay Hendrix @FUCoachHendrix🔁THANK YOU to all of our volunteers who gave back on MLK Day of Service. Furman students helped serve on their day off all across the greater Greenville area in honor of Dr. King and the good works he preached throughout his life
Huncho 😈 @KingRocko__🔁Dr King was killed by the government. His family proved it in a lawsuit in 1991.
Now back to our regularly scheduled illusions.
Jeff Fleischmann @Philosocrat🔁Votes with Trump 83% of the time; votes for transferring billions to the top, hurting millions of poor and middle class families; member of a party that has courted racists & extremists for decades.
Yet you evoke Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,
Compassion Please @QuiInterrogat🔁Retweet if you are offended by this racist administration invoking the name of Dr. Martin Luther KIng for political p twitter.com oints-They stand AGAINST all the principles that Dr. King fought and died for. & disgrace this hero
Funkibloo @funkibloo🔁Today, it was my great honor to proclaim January 15, 2018, as Martin Luther King Jr., Federal Holiday. I encourage all Americans to observe this day with appropriate civic, community, and service activities in honor of Dr. King's life and legacy.
His friend, professor, and mentor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would have been 89 tomorrow.
May their examples inspire each of us to live each day with purpose and always speak with courage.
Samantha Robinson @divateach37🔁Something more from Dr King. We still construct native people using tropes of savagery, we still abuse native land and ignore treaties, we still have a long way to come with civil and human rights. Thanks to for the image (and awesome new record)
Jennifer Tromans @JenTromans🔁Today we remember Martin Luther King, Jr. and his tireless work for racial and economic equality. We mourn a brilliant life tragically cut short. Dr. King’s legacy as a dreamer is still felt as his powerful words & ideals endure to this day, but his life work is far from complete
Takara Stanley @TakaraStanley🔁“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?'” Dr Martin Luther King
Thank you to MGH Patient Care staff for making a difference in someone else’s life every day...
Antonio G Pizarro @apoloniohombre🔁Dr. King said that change “comes through continuous struggle.” As we celebrate his legacy today, we’re once again living through a battle for the soul of this nation. We'll win this battle by following his example: standing up, getting involved, and demanding our voices be heard.
Cjg1958 @Cjg111958🔁Dr Martin Luther King would be proud if and all he has done. The lowest unemployment in black community in years or twitter.com ever. has already done more for blacks than who did NOTHING for them but create division!
Rebecca Paolini @paolini_rebecca🔁As I said yesterday, 2018 is our year. It is our year to get out there and own the words that Dr. King spoke. He didn’t want us to reflect on him only in the rear-view mirror — we must live what he stood for, fought for, and died for.
Dan Smolnik @dan_smolnik🔁"Someone had to speak up & speak out. I heard Dr. King say from time to time, when you see something that is not right, not fair, not just, you have a moral obligation to do something, to say something." – on
Donnie Long @donnielong1846🔁In the last year of Dr. King’s life, even civil rights organizations renounced his position on the war in Vietnam. King was attacked from all sides, religious leaders, elected officials, and civil rights leaders, before he was killed by an assassin’s bullet.
Lena Porter @lenaporter23🔁Drop the bullshit, Dr King would be against you & your unnecessary wars in Somalia, Libya ect and he'd definitely call you out on your support for big banks & the way you deported millions of people. You're the biggest mind control op since they turned Jesus white.
Mrsladybug1957 @opionated164🔁Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. & his service to this great country. I am honored to be First Lady of a nation that continually strives for equality & justice for all.
Mike Bax @mikeybax🔁Crazy. The same people who lambasted a traitor, agitator and disrespectful for his non-violent peaceful protest against injustice, are out here sharing Dr. King quotes. Mind blowing.
Antonio G Pizarro @apoloniohombre🔁50 years after Dr. King's last birthday, it's up to all of us to keep his Dream of a Beloved Community alive: don't demean and belittle, inspire and empower; don't isolate and abuse, embrace and serve.
Mojustice Shalom @mojustice🔁Really something to see the number of people, particularly GOP politicians, who praised Dr. King on but who oppose nearly everything he stood for.
Tigran Mkrtchyan @TMkrtchyan🔁Today remember the life, service & sacrifice of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Read story behind the sign & Bethel Bilezikian Charkoudian in a 1965 Boston march led by protesting racial discrimination & segregation:
Dawnzer61 @dawnzer61🔁Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would have encouraged every responsible human being to march for justice, to march for peace, and most of all, to march for the impeachment of Donald Trump.
bri ♡ misses teamiplier @miyoki__🔁We are honored to share this story about Dr. King visiting the O’odham in 1959. We respect, admire and aspire to be agents of change through exercising our civil rights, organizing peaceful protests and promoting non-violent actions.
Sharon Oates @SharonOates2🔁“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” Today we honor Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by turning his words into action.