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Remembering Martin Luther King’s Final Years | Morning Joe | MSNBC

 

On Martin Luther King Day, Morning Joe talks with Martin Luther King III and Arndrea Waters King about MLK's final years. Aired on 01/18/2021.
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37 comments

    1. @Ro G So the Democrats party doesn’t exist anymore? I know what you want to do down there, you are not tying my shoes!

    2. @Frail Bones Biden Not like it did 70 years ago no. See, that’s what accepting change and reality looks like. You should try it sometime. Rather than fantasize about strangers doing “things” to you. I mean, if that’s what you’re into, you do you!

    1. All night soy,If you were not attracted to children you would not have voted for Dementia Joe Kid Touch! #bidentouchingkids REAL LINK AND YOU LOVE THAT STUFF!

  1. Remember in the Lion King when Scar cheated to win the title of King? And the Pride Land was overrun by hyenas? And all the lions lost everything they had built and maintained? Just asking. No reason.

  2. It’s time for our country to deal with the ORIGINAL SIN. It’s a CANCER that just keep spreading slowly ! Thanks to everyone who voted for Biden & Harris, you helped saved our country.

  3. “Deep in our history of struggle for freedom, Canada was the North Star.” “We sang of ‘heaven’ that awaited us and the slave masters listened in innocence, not realizing that we were not speaking of the hereafter. Heaven was the word for Canada.” Martin Luther King Jr. With love from the great white north.

    1. @Jacinta Rooke for sure we are welcoming. There are ignorant people everywhere in this world but whether it was the underground railroad welcoming slaves to live free over a century ago, or taking in refugee families from Syria to escape bombs, we try yo practice the bring me your tired weak and hungry that america seems to preach. It’s why I’m proud to be Canadian but we aren’t perfect and native canadians losing their culture is a good example. Anyways, sorry for the novel but good people are always welcome here as far as I’m concerned.

    2. @Mehoff Jack we are very much the same here,we have our dark disgusting history of how our indigenous people have been treated, theres the odd racist, I call them ignorant, but generally all are welcome,same rules for all,its a fairly safe place,like you said theres bad apples everywhere, our wages and health care are great,and there really is no excuse to go hungry or homeless here, abed unless you have serious problems,which there is help for,addiction is a disease.and treated as such, we have many many places to go for help,. cheers, sorry for my novel.have a great day/night lolwe definately arent perfect eother,but we strive for peace n halmony

  4. My God what a wonderful man…if alive today he would most definitely be a republican saving the world from communist dems

    1. No he will be kicked out by Trump because he won’t lie and bow to power, like too many Republicans do nowadays.

  5. On this day that we celebrate Martin Luther King it seems fitting that we pause to note not only how far we got, but also note how far more we need to go — so “that one day this nation will rise up and live the true meaning of its creed.”
    Our difficult task ahead was highlighted recently by a study on the lower survival rates of Black babies delivered by White doctors. That Black babies delivered by Black doctors are 50% more likely to survive than those delivered by white doctors is a statistic with a singular explanation. And like the consistently lower jury verdicts for Black folks with the same personal injuries, it confirms that white folks still cannot feel a Black man’s pain. Empathy is not a learned affectation but the bedrock of all understanding; it is the only means we have to overcome institutionalized racism.
    When will we accept that we are on this earth but for a short time, that we are all facing trials and tribulations, and that we are all looking for meaning and fulfillment in our lives? This much was acknowledged even in The Declaration of Independence: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

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