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Oceanneniallharry1D @oceanneniall🔁 Harry is featured in Stevie Wonders #DreamStillLives video honouring Dr. Martin Luther King JR.
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BTS_official @bts_bighit🔁50 years ago on April 4th Dr. King’s life was cut short but his dream still lives.
Our dream is "People love themselv twitter.com es". We’d love to hear yours.
Share your dream in the comments below or post your own video.
Dr. King KISS 104 @kiss1041fm🔁Passing along some words of wisdom from Dr. King for your Friday. #HonoringMLK #FridayFeeling
Dr. King WSB Radio @wsbradio🔁Passing along some words of wisdom from Dr. King for your Friday. #HonoringMLK #FridayFeeling
Michael Moore @MMFlint🔁50yrs ago tonight, as I was exiting our Catholic church, someone from the parking lot shouted: “They've killed King! twitter.com Martin Luther King is dead!"

A cheer arose from some of the all-white crowd exiting the church. It burns in my memory to this day.

Thank you Dr King. We carry on


Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump🔁Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 50th anniversary of his assassination. Earlier this year I spoke a twitter.com bout Dr. King’s legacy of justice and peace, and his impact on uniting Americans. Proclamation:
TOGO DEBOUT @FREE_TOGO_228🔁On April 4th, 1968 at 7:05 p.m. central time, Dr. King’s life was cut tragically short. 50 years later a need for his dream to be fulfilled is far greater than ever.
Share your dream & post your own video. Spread love...spread hope.
Betsy Frank Gallery @GalleryFrank🔁On the 50th Anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. we remember the civil rights leader through artist Marcelo Brodsky's triptych of Dr. King marching in Selma alongside Rabbi Abraham Heschel:
Sage O'Quay @SageOfQuay🔁Dr. William Pepper on the Assassination of Martin Luther King sageofquayradio.blogspot.com
#TrumpDiatribe @TrumpDiatribe🔁 BILLOREILLY.COM - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., brutally assassinated 50 years ago this week by a true racist, made it quite clear: p twitter.com eople are not to be judged by the color of their skin. Dr. King, I believe, would be very upset with the growing attacks on “whiteness.”
raghwa sharma @SharmaRagg🔁50yrs ago tonight, as I was exiting our Catholic church, someone from the parking lot shouted: “They've killed King! Martin Luther King is dead!"

A cheer arose from some of the all-white crowd exiting the church. It burns in my memory to this day.

Thank you Dr King. We carry on


UD CAS @udcas🔁“A Day of Remembrance in Pictures and Words” program, hosted by 's Dept of Africana Studies, honored Dr. Martin Luthe twitter.com r King Jr. and recalled 1968 Wilmington.
Abrahm L @MaximusPhD🔁The idiots are the ones who “partially” quote dr King for political expediency, but who work in abject opposition to twitter.com his ideals, objectives, and goals
sasa♪ @sacheii🔁50 years ago on April 4th Dr. King’s life was cut short but his dream still lives.
Our dream is "People love themselves". We’d love to hear yours.
Share your dream in the comments below or post your own video.
Racial Justice News @SocialIssueNews🔁He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


Deidra L. Fryer @dlfryer🔁"There may have been others equal to Martin Luther King Jr.'s commitment, vision, and courage, but none, I daresay to this day, as gifted at wielding the power of the word to inspire"
Juan @juananajuan17🔁Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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Michael O. Minor @healthpreacher🔁No one in the has had and continues to have, as great of a impact upon the socio-political, philosophical and religious conscientiousness of society & humankind, as ! Dr, King's impact was and remains local, regional, national & !
Racial Justice News @SocialIssueNews🔁“When machines and computers, profit motives and property rights are considered more important than people, the giant triplets of racism, extreme materialism and militarism are incapable of being conquered.”

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


Barbara Soliz @bbl58🔁Leaving the Lorraine. RIP, Dr. King. May the people be blessed with the knowledge of the truth behind your death and with the message of your unity and compassion.
Caffeinated Math ☕️ @nafpaktian🔁 Pretty sure Dr. King didn't use pepper spray on people. twitter.com
ONEder @ONEderTeam🔁We sat down with the filmmakers behind I Am MLK Jr. () to get their perspectives on Dr. King and the man behind the l twitter.com egend.


American Experience @AmExperiencePBS🔁What did Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. read? We spoke with about King's relationship to the Bible, his opinion of Marx twitter.com , and the science fiction novel that helped shape his activism.
William Griffith @wgri1949🔁When black people are killed (whether slowly or quickly) in this country, it is part and parcel of larger systemic frameworks of anti-blackness and hatred. And King, like so many of us, knew that, too. via
#WeStandUnited🗽🌊 @_WeStandUnited🔁Let’s be clear.

If you were president 50 years ago and we had today’s technology then, you would have been ATTACKING Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Twitter and your base would have applauded.


kwallis @kiptonwallis🔁Dr. King understood that justice often depends on dissent; that no power can be great if it remains unchallenged and no nation can be good if it is not held accountable.
Racial Justice News @SocialIssueNews🔁 Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?”

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


Racial Justice News @SocialIssueNews🔁 to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who remains the moral leader of The United States of America, fifty years after his assassination.
He resisted institutional oppression and violence. A Baptist Minister, he puts today’s White Evangelicals to shame, by example.
Armed American @infernaltruth🔁Dr. King was a lifelong republican, like his father, grandfather, and great grandfather.

Dr. King was Pro Second Am twitter.com endment.

Dr. King was against identity politics.

Dr. King is a Republican Icon.


David Fatal @freemyacl🔁 Dr. King dropping knowledge! twitter.com
Derrick Staten @StatenStatendk🔁How one Memphis funeral home took extraordinary steps to care for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s body:
👁mhere2 #resistnow #standwiththekids #YesWeCan @eyeseewigs🔁MLK’s legacy is not understood by this nutty woman. His legacy is lifted up to the young people affected by the who twitter.com ’ve studied and made useful Dr King’s message of nonviolence and peaceful protest. is a victim her own ignorance.
AmityBodega @AmityBodega🔁50 years ago on April 4th Dr. King’s life was cut short but his dream still lives. My dream is for everyone to live together in harmony. I’d love to hear yours. Share your dream in the comments below or post your own video...
Abrahm L @MaximusPhD🔁Why dont we remind you of the overwhelming majority of white people who sat complicit or in abject defiance of Dr. Ki twitter.com ng as he marched. Or that a full third of the country thought he brought his assassination on himself
Wesley Cook @executemumia🔁@kevin_shird Any mention of “Dr” King’s Multiple illicit extramarital affairs in your rag of a book????
Derrick Staten @StatenStatendk🔁Dr. King's driver tonight, Solomon Jones, shouts from downstairs that the civil rights leader may want to grab a coat before leaving. It's a bit cold outside.
Dorothy L. Colp @Dcolp20🔁 Today is a good day to remember Dr. King also protested the “wrong way”.
The Provisional Republic of A Thousand Eggs @juliainfinland🔁 You can’t quote Dr. King then demonize immigrants and undocumented people from the same podium. Re: WH Press briefing
Derrick Staten @StatenStatendk🔁As the group prepares to depart, Dr. King playfully chides Jesse Jackson about his casual attire while below, Andrew Young pretends to spar with the much larger James Orange.
Clint Evans @ClintCastleford🔁This week—50 years since Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was killed— and sat down with a group of young men for an roundtable to talk about Dr. King's legacy and the courage it takes to stand up for what you believe in:
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Derrell Durrett @derrelldurrett🔁Brother Cornel and I offer some thoughts about Martin Luther King's faith, life, and legacy. (Grateful to the WSJ for offering us a platform.) via
Teresa Hagerman @TeresaFasano🔁“We must get in our hearts that it is possible to be courageous yet non-violent.” Dr. Martin Luther King. This was s twitter.com ubsequent to more than 1 year of the bus boycott in Alabama. Amen, Dr. King, amen!
✨March 1st ✨ @qween_dani🔁DR. MLK JR SURVIVED THE SHOOTING...HE DIED ....... AT THE HANDS OF A DOCTOR AND TWO U.S. GOV AGENTS

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Barbara Soliz @bbl58🔁In a civil trial in Memphis, Tennessee, twelve jurors reached a unanimous verdict on December 8, 1999 after about an hour of deliberations that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated as a result of a conspiracy. 
raetiredhotflashgift @rr7lv🔁I find it ironic that conservatives who are praising Martin Luther King Jr. today chastised Colin Kaepernick for using the same non-violent approach that Dr. King preached....
Derrick Staten @StatenStatendk🔁Amazing, rare photos show Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in living color: 2wsb.tv
Violet Johnicker @VioletJ🔁The problems of American poverty & the plight of American workers are in many ways worse than they were on April 4, 1968, meaning that the only proper way to commemorate Dr. King is to keep fighting for what he sacrificed his life for.
Olivia Young @OliviaY02849427🔁King Family ringing the bell 39 times in memory of Dr. King, who was 39 years old when he was assasinated. They rang the bell at 6:01pm CDT, the time that Dr. King was shot 50 years ago today.
Bryn Has Had ENOUGH @brynbehr🔁“The fact that his only mention of Mr. Obama was in reference to Democratic defeats, particularly during an event honoring Dr. King in a heavily black Deep South capital with a painful racial history, struck some critics as tone-deaf and even insensitive.”
UofHartford @UofHartford🔁Check out 's video of Kashif Barclay '20 and members of the University of Hartford Gospel Choir at the University's twitter.com observance of the 50th anniversary of Dr. King's assassination.
Umair Khalid @IbeUmair🔁🌍Thank you for including Asians in your moving video honoring Dr. King. What an honor for to get to share their hopes in a montage that includes , , & Meryl Streep. 💜
Derek P Medina @DerekPMedina1🔁Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 50th anniversary of his assassination. Earlier this year I spoke about Dr. King’s legacy of justice and peace, and his impact on uniting Americans. Proclamation:

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