"After the terrible assassination of our great leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who I knew from watching the news with my parents was a great man, I remember it was the first time I saw my dad cry", she said.
This special celebration is free to the public. She invited the students to think of things they could do to help out in the community.
"Those are huge issues for us in north Tulsa", he said.
"We all come from different ways of life but we're still here for the same cause and that's to see that Dr. King's dream is still coming true".
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"I'm not surprised when I hear President Trump has said something else insulting, racist, bigoted, hateful, about a group of people or a nation of people", King said.
Robinson said he wants people to remember Martin Luther King Jr. The educator award honors someone dedicated to educating people in that same spirit.
The City of Glen Cove and the Glen Cove School District, with program oversight and support from the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Birthday Commission, will hold the 34th annual city-wide tribute to the late Civil Rights leader on January 15. TBT Producing Artistic Director Jeffrey Mindock developed a dramatic presentation that highlights King's life and brought in two professional actors to perform it in all six Alpena County public elementary schools, Immanuel Lutheran School and All Saints Catholic School.
Reverend Catharine Cummings of Wesley United Methodist Church in Springfield told 22News, "Even though our president has given rise to such negative comments about people of color, about foreigners, we know that the work and the legacy and the prophetic words of Dr. Martin Luther King will resound, not only today, but on his birthday this Monday".
Where: Lawrence Memorial Chapel, 510. Wane is a native of Senegal and has worked with several organizations, including the Syracuse Peace Council, the Black Alliance for Just Immigration, the Undocumented and Black Network and the Black Immigration Network.