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Dr. King, Labor Leader


Dr. King, Labor Leader

Lee Saunders

The photograph is iconic. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., only 39 years old but the nation’s most prominent civil rights leader, lay fatally wounded on a motel balcony in Memphis, Tennessee. His lieutenants stood over his body, pointing frantically across the parking lot in the direction of the shooter.


Such a pity John Lewis and other black leaders endorsed H Clinton. What were they thinking?
MLK would have approved of Bernie's agenda.


I am with you, oldman. I think there may be something Bernie can still do. If (gawd, i hate that word) Bernie and Jill Stein can work out something and run candidates for House and Senate, then the people of the United States would have a choice at least instead of only the parties protecting wealth and power, our famous privatized politicians.