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♥Civil Rights♥ African American History♥

Dr King; his, beautiful soul shone through America!

It forever left; an indelible imprint, showing how peace and love can change the world.

The King Center For Non Violence

Non Violence Education & Training

Audio Recording and Transcript of Reverend, Dr. Martin Luther King's Nobel Lecture The Quest for Peace and Justice.
*Dr. King delivered this lecture in the Auditorium of the University of Oslo. This text is taken from Les Prix Nobel and the New York Times 1964.

Reverend Dr King, was one of my greatest heroes. Exposing, not only segregation and discrimination, but the poverty and injustice that goes with it. All the Civil Rights and Peace Activists were very brave. More of my heroes. People got really hurt out there in the south in the sixties, and in a lot of places.

Dr Martin Luther King Jr

An American Civil Rights Activist, Pastor, Humanitarian, And Leader In The African-American Civil Rights Movement. Quotes

MLK Day of Service, a great way to celebrate Dr Kings Birthday.

African American Heroes

Strength does not come from physical capacity, it comes from an indomitable will. Gandhi
Peace And Justice

War Resisters League
Facing Tear Gas; Share Your Story.

A Change Is Gonna Come.

First they ignore you,
then they laugh at you,
then they fight you,
then you win.


Civil Disobedience Training Manual


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Originally posted to rebel ga on Mon Jan 20, 2014 at 04:15 PM PST.

Also republished by Street Prophets , DKOMA, DK GreenRoots, Team DFH, Protest Music, Subversive Agitation Team Action Network, and Black Kos community.

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