Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Together Once Again...

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife Coretta Scott King (1965 Civil Rights March in Mongomery, Ala for black voting rights)
When the world lost Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in 1968, many African Americans wondered if there would be anyone to take up their plight. That person was Coretta Scott King. She continued her husband's legacy while raising four children. They are the reflection of their parents; advocates of peace and social justice. They did not answer with violence when others thought they should have.
Coretta Scott King is a credit to both Kings. Coretta was the force that believed her husband's message even when he was jailed, falsely accused, and ultimately, killed for it.......Click title for article.......
CYOUINCOURT007: Keep the dream alive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Blogger Sargini said...

did you hear bushes speach tonihgt?

1:12 AM  
Blogger cyouincourt007 said...


1:33 AM  
Blogger Sargini said...

well make a post about it. I like how he had all that guilt and was covering up his shame for not caring for the black community in lousianna. He went on and on. martin luther jr, lincoln freeing the slaves, 50 % hiv victoms are black and he is trying to pass some bill so they can get the medicines faster. he made it so obvious what he was doing on that topic. and we all know that...
"George bush dont like black people"

1:43 AM  
Blogger Sargini said...

i finally add you to my links ok ,ok.
Why are you being a chump, CHUMP

11:34 AM  
Blogger cyouincourt007 said...

muahahahahaa...can u hear me momma?.....george bush dont like black people...can u hear em momma....muahahahahahaha
whos being a chump chump : )

1:36 PM  

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