Martin Luther King, Jr. (Forwarded Memo)
Over 40 years ago, I stood with Reverend
Martin Luther King, Jr. on the steps of the
U.S. Capitol during the March on Washington.
Tomorrow, our nation will
commemorate his life and work.
I recorded a short video about what this
day means to me and all Americans.
Please watch it today.Dr. King's words inspired me to join the
civil rights movement and begin my own
fight for a more just and equal nation.
Tomorrow is a day to honor his legacy
and reflect on how far we've come.
But it's also a day to rededicate ourselves
to building an America where all are treated
equally and every eligible American can
cast a ballot and have it counted.
Please watch and share today:
Representative John LewisThis communication is not authorized by
any candidate or candidate's committee.