Posted by: mbconsulting | January 18, 2011

About discrimination

Not far away there was a clear discrimination between the blacks and the whites.
Because there was a need for a hero it was discovered MLK.
The life of many blacks was change when they took their rights, but still standing alone in a crowd full only with whites was difficult for a single “negro”.
Take your time to read a true story!

Today I am posting a moving tribute to Dr. King written by one of my friends, Lynne Matthews. This is her experience and I felt it was worthy of sharing. Make your King Day matter do something for someone else. This morning was an emotional one, as I reflected on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King. I thought back to a time when I was living in Seat Pleasant (Maryland) as a nine-year-old child, and Prince Georges County was going through the for … Read More

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