Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Babylon Observer Video Report: Remembering the Message of Martin Luther King, 2011

WWW, January 2011 - A day after the official Martin Luther King Day on January 17, two years after the election of Barak Obama, the black community within the USA knows themselves to be on top of many lists concerning poverty, unemployment and negative profiling.

Where Martin Luther King expressed his hope for a nation that would "live up to their creed that all man are created equal", he was not far from his assasination. More than 40 years later, many black people who voted for Barak Obama know themselves in a nation that still does not live up to it's creed.

The Babylon Observer remembers and observes the current runnings, and reports...

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