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MLK 50 - Honoring the Legacy of Dr. King
Posted On: Apr 16, 2018
AFSCME Council 76 went down to Memphis with some of our AFL-CIO brothers and sisters to honor the 50th anniversary of Dr Martin Luther King's death. MLK was a true advocate for all working people- in fact, it was a workers strike against unsafe conditions and poverty wages that compelled him to Memphis, his final resting place. MLK recognized that workers rights, civil rights, and anti-militarism are inextricably linked in the fight for a better world. To see the hotel balcony where he died, to sit in the church where he gave his last public speech, and to walk the streets he and our striking brothers and sisters walked upon brought tears to our eyes, and fire to our hearts. Check out our photo gallery for more! #IAM2018 #MLK #civilrights #workersrights #unionstrong #AFSCME
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