45 Years Ago We Lost Martin Luther King To Blinding Hatred. That Night, This Helped Us See Again.

45 years ago, on April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was taken from us by a hateful assassin's bullet. Rioting enveloped our country, in at least 110 cities, with the exception of a few places. Here's why Indianapolis didn't burn.

While this speech is powerful, it's important to focus on the words of the man who inspired them. So take a moment today and remember why we fight for equality, remember what he was up against, remember what he thought about our priorities, and most importantly, look at this amazing photo. And then share this, so we never forget.

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