Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial: 1 Year Later

Visitors to national monument in Washington, D.C., share favorite MLK quotes.
1:59 | 01/16/12

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Transcript for Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial: 1 Year Later
I've been saying today of course is a national holiday. Honoring a true American hero Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. big crowd expected in Washington at the king memorial towering tribute. To the man in his legacy. It includes an inscription wall and -- with some of his most indelible quotes like. Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We spoke to some visitors who shared their favorite -- quotations. I -- not back to us. Only Knight can do that -- -- at a time out. Games and only love can use them language and -- of -- could be friends and -- and we'll head. He thought a free yeah. You on its news show people Powell. Grade they can be allowed being not violent and justice and medicine that doesn't -- Without him we wouldn't live had a very different kind of -- And education and culture and their minds and dignity he he and freedom running game. Amendments act blatant lie when -- -- -- Plavix and the Central Bank sacrifice Brian good job -- -- them. That means head on leaving the night. News -- you still. I'm right now lives today. And today's society and make a career that humanity won't commit itself into the noble struggle. We're equal rights you'll make a greater person of the -- I've read -- -- of the country and the final -- to live in. -- On the games as saying free. -- -- Anything the youngest daughter. Three. Memorial. And I have to say I know I was telling you and. And where I I I heard Doctor King speak sort of my mother was pregnant with me. And he came to Tuskegee to speak and my mother set I was just pick -- up a storm. It's almost like I could I could hear his words -- and tell you again -- and it's -- to show one of the great orders. A hard time in American history and it does seem so important -- use that -- that you get out there and say something while doing something it is today's service and its.

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