Rev. Cecil Williams of Glide UMC in San Francisco announced the march that today starts from San Jose’s Freont Train and Bart goes to Port Townsend and ends at the Civic Center for celebrations.
A lot of us were babies or even not yet born when 1968 came for Dr. King’s assasination.
But, sometimes I just reflect on the different discriminations that I still encounter in daily life either disability, income, being Asian/Latino American, gender, etc.., If I am still going through such an ordeal can you just imagine if MLK did not fight for diversity. What kind of world would it had been today.
Luckily, among my circle of friends, I have a United Nations of individuals. Thank God for Dr. King and for democracy.