Transcript for Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.
Today we of course paused to celebrate a man who is revered as one of the greatest Americans in our history. A man who led this country closer to its promise of liberty and justice for all. Martin Luther King Jr. was just 39 years old when she was assassinated in 1968. But his legacy. Clearly lives on. I have a grain but. Lundy and this nation on well drives up. We live out the true meaning of its. Screen. Because of that hopeful vision because of doctor king's moral imagination. Barricades began to fall and bigotry began to face new doors of opportunity swung open for an entire generation. Generation would change the way. We are one voice no one people. I have yeah okay. Yeah yeah. You want it's just don't change we want this done yeah. But I have a dream. Admired love it and children. Rwanda eleven an image on the web they would not be judged my the crowd of about skin but by the content of that character. It's acting Cherie like Dicky yeah. Outlet chains. The EUS and here's the dot thinking yeah and we learn yeah yeah. Okay. His words give books. Collins is and don't move right just doesn't stand up and look just has since gotten withdrew them no that he. At least and we don't and loan. While maybe the first woman and it's not business I will not be the land. Little girl yeah happening sample of last we must be exam. BP and eat well see on her leg in the game but I.
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