Today’s Civil and Human Rights Leaders Reflect on the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

In honor of the opening of the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial today on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., AARP, as part of its “My Generation” series, has produced a short video about the life and legacy of Dr. King’s work and his message of hope and peace for all humanity. The video features  interviews with former U.S. Secretary of State Gen. Colin L. Powell (Ret), acclaimed journalist Colman McCarthy, Freedom Rider Reverend Perry A. Smith, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, Karen Narasaki of the Asian American Justice Center, Dolores Huerta of the United Farm Workers and Zainab Al-Suwaij of the American Islamic Congress.

The official dedication of the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial will take place this Sunday, August 28.

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3 Responses to Today’s Civil and Human Rights Leaders Reflect on the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

  1. marty golubow says:

    Where ever justice is ….It’s not in cottageville,sc…..ACLU is short of money..they tell me, so I wish some how hope will come to my dog..ANGEL…she is still alive and wanting to come home…and those criminals who help that sick judge will have real justice real soon…Are you still smiling, peterhead constant-teen…..

  2. marty golubow says:

    Corruption…civil rights violated in court..judge rules like hilter..stolen dog is center of dictator judge’s decisions..false documents signed by criminal judge..he just SMILES at me!!!! Lynching would be next if he could do it and laughing at the laws of the constitution….all this is on going right now…time is of the last hope for justice…I love my dog and Pete constitine can’t steal that from my heart..he can only jail and kill me…

  3. Tyler says:

    Thank you for stopping by. We hope you continue to enjoy it.

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