Martin Luther King III

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If we are to be a great democracy, we must all take an active role in our democracy. We must do democracy. That goes far beyond simply casting your vote. We must all actively champion the causes that ensure the common good.

Martin Luther King III (born October 23, 1957) is a human rights advocate and community activist. He is the first son of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.

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  • The world would not have had a Barack Obama or a Hillary Clinton if it had not been for my father's movement 40 years ago. To elect Senator Obama would be aproportion of that dream fulfilled. I believe we can do that if we elect the right leader.
    • Speech, (1 April 2008) quoted in The London Paper (2 April 2008), p.8
  • If we are to be a great democracy, we must all take an active role in our democracy. We must do democracy. That goes far beyond simply casting your vote. We must all actively champion the causes that ensure the common good.

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