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If you could ask Martin Luther King, Jr. one question what would it be?

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If you could ask Martin Luther King, Jr. one question what would it be?

6 Responses to “If you could ask Martin Luther King, Jr. one question what would it be?”

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    Larry C says:

    You were a preacher, so why did you screw-around on your wife? You should know better!

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    carey mckenzie says:

    where did he get such insperation what gave him such a courage at such a time

  3. 3
    Martin says:

    im alive

  4. 4
    Amber says:

    Larry why be rude? He is no longer here, and even if he did "mess around" on his wife it is none of our business. I hate when people are rude to those who are gone. He was a great man. If it wasn't for him then we would still be seperated. Maybe you should think twice before you are being RUDE!

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    Alaysha says:

    i like your father he was helpful but personaly i think that it wasn't right at your school i know what you probably felt like

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    TT says:

    There is always a hero and back then it was him he saved my colored people. I am black, as I say Dark chocolate if he did not do what he did I would not be right here now to say these words. Martin Luther King thank you!!!!

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