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Celebrate a Great Role Model: Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr (4303 hits)

Today is a Holy day set aside to honor a man who served.
Dr. King put in long work days and long work nights in
order to help end racism in the world.

We honor his work ethic. We honor his message.

Let him be our motivation for Service.
His work life is a challenge to us to
serve our community, our city, our
state, our country, our world.

May we stop looking at people as a color.
May we realize we all are humans who
deserve to be treated with love.

Dr. King had Class. He carried himself
with composure, control, royalty, and
prestige.

What would he say about
the way we carry ourselves today?


May we strive to promote unity.
Posted By: Elynor Moss
Monday, January 15th 2018 at 9:18AM
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I feel these words Sister Elynor Moss, Thank You...


Monday, January 15th 2018 at 2:19PM
Deacon Ron Gray
Dispite all that you attribute to Dr. King one thing that is a fact and that is Dr. King was not the one to deliver us Black Americans into our own country become a sovereign people that we can have self-determination!

So, stop the bull-**** about paying tribute to Dr. King who God was not with since he could not deliver us out of White America.
Monday, January 15th 2018 at 8:19PM
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