Monday, January 19, 2015

Martin Luther King, Jr.

We honor the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. today with a national holiday. We honor him for his brave battle against racism to get equal rights for people of all races. And for the nonviolent way he did it.

But you and I are restricted from hearing his words by his family. They have ownership rights and you can’t hear or see his words unless they make money. Having a national holiday would be enough for most people, but not them. USA Today

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