James continued, "We can't allow that to stop us from continuing to be together and preach the right word of living and loving and laughing and things of that nature". She was among the fourth and fifth grade students who performed an original speech inside the historic Antioch Missionary Baptist Church of Christ in downtown Houston. And then when the man in the White House says there are some good people, talking about Neo Nazis.
The spectators from the crowd experienced the speakers and the performances that colored the winter day bright with song, dance, reflection and above all, hope that we carry on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Hudson also states it's important to remember that Dr. King's non-violence message was not one of non-action.
James, known as "King James" by fans in the political battleground state of OH, hoped that his own stands against President Trump would honor the legacy of MLK.
"She gets to participate in something that's so meaningful and one day she'll get it". For all blacks and every race.
"I taught school for 35 years and children have sometimes have a better insight into things than adults because their minds haven't been bombarded with a lot of negativity", she said. "I think people need to see that we're healing as a community". I am honored to be First Lady of a nation that continually strives for equality & justice for all.
Monday morning UW-Eau Claire ECLIPSE program members volunteered their time at the Community Table, Feed My People, the humane association and Girls on the Run in honor of King. He died for us.
Monday marked the 31st year since the parade began.