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Martin Luther King Jr. Gone But Not Forgotten [VIDEO]

Photo courtesy of Jeanne Ryan

April 4th 1968 a day in infamy in the United States and around the world. The assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis Tennessee. As Laura and I discussed on the morning show, a great man who made great strides in the fight for civil rights , although we still have a long way to go.

The picture shown above was drawn by my son Cody 4 years ago when he was in 3rd grade, and I have it hanging up in my office. It is a great reminder, of the innocence of a child and the importance of keeping history alive. For some inspiration on this day please see below:

 

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