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Reflecting on King's legacy

Dear Editor,

The truth is still marching on. The Bible talks a lot about truth. Martin Luther King talked about truth, civil rights and justice for all, not just some folks.

My daddy fought in World War II, and so did two of my brothers and my uncle.

I still want equal justice, and I deserve equal justice under the law.

Martin Luther King was gunned down on April 4, 1968. He was shot and killed by an assassin. Even though he died, his dream did not. People today are still trying to keep his dream alive.

His dream came true, but acts of racism are still being exercised by some today. They just don't appreciate what he tried to do for us.

Tommy C. Williams



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