Apr. 4, 2019
THE FINAL 30 MINUTES IN THE LIFE OF MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.
Reading from the book "REDEMPTION: THE LAST 31 HOURS IN THE LIFE OF MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. APRIL 4, 1968, #theblackmanreadaloudhour
“No matter the outcome of the Poor People’s Campaign, King insisted, he would win a moral victory. As he told a union rally in New York City on March 10, 1968, “People ask me, ‘Suppose you go to Washington and you don’t get anything? You ask people and you mobilize and you organize, and you don’t get anything. You’ve been an absolute failure.’ My only answer is that when you stand up for justice, you can never fail.”