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Eia MLK ke koa alakaʻi i make (aole e hōʻike i kekahi o ka maikaʻi palapala Fashion loa heluhelu). I ole ai e apo hewa Kanawai, a aole e kali ahonui mai. Alaila e kaili i ka Initiative ma ka aoao o ka pau hanauna a pau o na kanaka. E like me ka meaʻeleʻele kanaka, I Like kaumaha koʻu mahalo i ke Akua, no ka hana a hooko aku ma ia. A e like me he Karistiano, Makemake au e kaua aku no ka pono e like me ka paakiki e like me ia i hana aku ai, mālama i ka manaʻo o Iesu wale no ke lawe mai lea Lunakanawai. A He makemake.

Keia mea he excerpt mai MLK ke kaulana palapala. Oe e heluhelu i ka pau mea a oukou e wa i manawa.

"Makou Ua kakali mākou iā oi aku mamua o 340 makahiki no ko kakou Kumukanawai, a ke Akua i haawi mai ai e pono ai. Nā lāhui kanaka o Asia a me Aferika, ua neʻe me ka jetlike mämä holo i ho onui pili aupuni kuokoa, aka, makou nae kolo ana ma ka lio, a me buggy ka wikiwiki i ho onui ana i ke kīʻaha o ke kope ma ka 'aina awakea loan. Paha he mea oluolu no ka poe i ike ole i manao ai i na stinging ihe o ka segregation e olelo, "E kali oe." Aka, i ka wa au, ua ike vicious Mob lynch ko oukou makuwahine, a me na makua ma ka makemake a mokuhia i mau manao wale, ko oukou mau kaikuahine, a me nā hoahānau; i ka wa au i ike inaina hoopihaia policemen olelo hoino, keehi ai hoi ko oukouʻeleʻele hoahanau a me na kaikuahine pepehi; i ka wa e ike ai oukou i ka uie kekahi hapanui hewahewa o ko oukou iwakalua miliona Negro hoahanau uhiia i loko o ka hīnaʻi manu airtight o ka nele i ka waenakonu o ka affluent ke kaiāulu kanaka,; i ka wa ia oe koke loaa i kou elelo hoʻoluli, a me ko oukou olelo namu e like me oukou i imi ai e wehewehe ana i ko oukou eono makahiki kahiko kaikamahine no ke aha ia e hiki ole ai e hele aku i ka lehulehu lealea paka ka mea i pono i haʻi'ē aku ma ka kīwī, ae ike waimaka i kauhale nei i loko o kona mau maka i kona wa i ua hai ia Funtown, ua paa ia i nā pōpō keiki, ae ike ominous ao o ka inferiority hoomaka ana e lilo i loko o kona wahi noʻonoʻo lani, aʻike aku i kona hoomaka ana e paha ka nānaina i kona kanaka ma ka ulu i unconscious ke kaumaha i keokeo kanaka; i ka wa ia oe ka mea e concoct i pane mai no ka elima makahiki kahiko keiki ka mea e noi ana: "Daddy, no ke aha la keokeo poe kanaka pono 'ia nā pōpō poe kanaka i ke ano o?"; i ka wa a oukou e lawe i ka laau kea maluna kalana a holo, a loaa ia pono e hiamoe ka po mahope iho o ka pō, ma loko o ka ke koikoi kihi o ko oukou automobile no ka mea, aole Hokele Kaʻahele, e maliu ia oe; i ka wa e hoʻohaʻahaʻaʻoukou lā, i ae la i waho ma ka nagging na hoailona heluhelu "keokeo" a me " 'ia nā pōpō"; i ka wa kou inoa mua i "nigger,"Kou inoa waena i" keiki " (hoi elemakule oe, ua) a me kou hope inoa lilo "John,"A me kau wahine, a me kona makuwahine, ua loa haawiia ka mahaloia inoa" Mrs. "; i ka wa a oukou e Harry ma ka la, a me Haunted i ka po, ma ka mea a pau au he Negro, e noho mau ma tiptoe pale mai, loa kokoke ike i ka mea e manaʻo aʻe, a ua make me ka manaʻo makaʻu, a me waho kaʻeo; i ka wa e ua mau loa kaua i ka degenerating ano o ka "nobodiness" -then oe e maopopo kumu o ko makou loaa ia mea hiki ole ke kali. Laila hele mai kekahi manawa i ka wa o ke kiaha o ka ahonui holo maluna iho o, a me na kanaka he hou e ae ana e komo 'o' iloko o ka lua o ka pilihua. Lana koʻu manaʻo, kanaka e, ia oukou ke hoomaopopo i ko kakou kupono a me ka unavoidable hoomanawanui ole. Oe ka hoike i ka nui o ka iini maluna o makou makemake e uhai kanawai. Eia He oiaio no, he kupono, ae hoʻomaopopoʻia. No ka makou i pono une poe kanaka e hoolohe i ka Aha Kiekie i ka olelo hooholo a 1954 outlawing segregation ma nā kula aupuni, ma mua ļ 'ia i mea e paradoxical no kakou consciously e uhai kanawai. Hana e pono noi: "Pehea la e hiki ai ia oukou e Uwao wawahi ae la kekahi mau kanawai, a me na mea e ae e hoolohe ana?"O ka pane waiho ana ma ka mea a pau, heʻeluaʻano o na Kanawai: pono a me ka poe pono ole. I e lilo i ka mea mua e Uwao me ka hoʻolohe pono pololei kanawai. Hana i aole wale i ka pono, aka, he pono kuleana pono Kanawai e hoolohe. Conversely, kekahi i ka pono kuleana e ka hoʻoloheʻole hewa Kanawai. I e hui pu ai St. Augustine i "he hewa ke kanawai, aohe kanawai ma na mea a pau."

-Martin Luther King Jr., Leka mai ka Birmingham halepaahao

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  1. BornWithPurposepane

    This is such a descriptive glance of what discrimination looked like. It’s even challenging to think that the injustice of that extent wasn’t even one hundred years ago. MLK was an incredible fighter and motivator God used. One of my favorite quotes of all time…. ” Darkness can not drive out darkness, only Light can do that. Hate can not drive out hate, only Love can do that.
    -Martin Luther King Jr.