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Есть женщины
(ну просто женщины),
есть — как свечи,
как фольга;
есть маленькие
и есть высокие,
есть сильные и слабые,
но всё же для всех мужчин всегда
есть в мечтах она:
красотка с безднами в глазах,
и имя ты ей как будто знаешь -
оно всегда жило в твоих устах.
Есть правильные,
есть скверные,
насмешливые и молчаливые,
смешные и веселые;
есть ветреные
и есть хорошие,
есть проститутки (они тоже женщины,
у них болит), -
из них из всех какой-то свет мужчин манит.
Господь чудесно всех украсит нас!
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Wise words from a king #longlivetheking #mlk #kingsareborninjanuary


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Today marks the 54th Anniversary of the start of the famous March to Montgomery where thousands of brave souls led by Martin Luther King Jr and John Lewis began walking from Selma, AL to the capitol over the Edmund Pettis Bridge where just days earlier John Lewis and other civil rights protestors were beaten and tear gased by police on what has become known as 'Bloody Sunday.' Lewis' skull was cracked by a police baton and 17 marchers were hospitalized and approx 50 others wounded.

On this day however, with Gov. George Wallace refusing to protrct the marchers, President Lyndon B. Johnson stepped in and federalized and mobilized 1,900 members of the Alabama National Guard to protect the marchers.

Demanding equal access to the ballot box, these brave souls risked their very lives for the right to vote and participate equally in their nation's democracy.

Several months later on Aug 6, 1965 the Voting Rights Act became law with MLK Jr. In the oval office for the signing.
50 years later the Nation's first African American President walked across that same bridge in Selma.

Let us never forget the courage and sacrifices these brave souls made for our equal access to the ballot box and let us never squander their achievement by never again sitting out on Election Day.
Let us all continue to also push for widespread civics education to empower voters with the knowledge they need to vote in their own best self interests.
Voters, Engage.

#marchtomontgomery #mlk #martinlutherking #johnlewis #selma #edmundpettisbridge #voting #votingrights #civicseducation #history #freedom #sacrifice #honor #courage #patriotism #civilrights #civics #usa #freedom #moveforward #learn #grow #bebetter #empower


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"We shall overcome because the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice, #MLK

At the feet of a fountain of wisdom. Sipping from his depth of knowledge.
Praying to be bold to stand boldly & defend the course of freedom & justice.
But, somehow, hoping I won't have to wait till the arc of the moral universe bends in our favour. Rather, to take on and fight boldly to claim your rightful place.
So help us, God!
Amen!!!


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This. #moveforward #mlk


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one week ago, an act of terrorism killed 51 innocent muslims in my country. however new zealand has only been responding with light and love instead of darkness and hate. I have never been this proud to call new zealand my home 💙


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Going on fruits will heal you , it will give you energy and it will you spiritually. Watch to see how to combine fruits for a #healthybodyandmind


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Wise man once said this 👏
Just keep going 😃
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#quote#mlk #staircase#personaldevelopment #wordsofwisdom #mumlife


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Bigg Factss 🗣 @gwap0_


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Sitting in class and learning more about him and taking a trip here was two different things. I’m glad I did! ❤️ S’asseoir en classe et prendre des cours où j’apprends plus sur lui et aller voir ce monument sont deux expériences bien distinctes.❤️ #mlk #martinlutherkingjr #knowledgeispower #knowyourhistory #cheveuxnaturels #afrohair #femmenoire #cameroun #histoire #blackhistory #blackhistorymonth #bellejournee #connaissance #noiretfier


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Reposted from @history - On #ThisDayinHistory 1965, 3,200 civil rights demonstrators in Alabama, led by Martin Luther King Jr., begin a historic march from Selma to Montgomery, the state’s capital. Federalized Alabama National Guardsmen and FBI agents were on hand to provide safe passage for the march, which twice had been turned back by Alabama state police at Selma’s Edmund Pettus Bridge. In 1965, King and his Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) decided to make the small town of Selma the focus of their drive to win voting rights for African Americans in the South. Although Governor Wallace promised to prevent it from going forward, on March 7 some 500 demonstrators, led by SCLC leader Hosea Williams and SNCC leader John Lewis, began the 54-mile march to the state capital. After crossing Edmund Pettus Bridge, they were met by Alabama state troopers and posse men who attacked them with nightsticks, tear gas and whips after they refused to turn back. Several of the protesters were severely beaten, and others ran for their lives. The incident was captured on national television and outraged many Americans. On March 21, U.S. Army troops and federalized Alabama National Guardsmen escorted the marchers across Edmund Pettus Bridge and down Highway 80. When the highway narrowed to two lanes, only 300 marchers were permitted, but thousands more rejoined the Alabama Freedom March as it came into Montgomery on March 25. On the steps of the Alabama State Capitol, King addressed live television cameras and a crowd of 25,000, just a few hundred feet from the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, where he got his start as a minister in 1954. #CivilRights #OnThisDay #MLK #1965 - #regrann


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Cowan ES Art. #lausd #lapl #mlk


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Day 60: “ “ -❤️ It’s only been sixty days and I can already feel a shifting in my heart. It is impossible to spend any quality time with a man like Martin and it not have a profound impact on you. I love him more and more with each day that goes by. Sometimes his words pierce me and sometimes they articulate exactly how I’m feeling. Today, his words are absolutely perfect! “Occasionally in life there are those moments of unutterable fulfillment which cannot be completely explained by those symbols called words. Their meaning can only be articulated by the inaudible language of the heart.” Quote taken from, “The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr.” #akingandme #mlk #letfreedomring #inthenameoflove #myhero #martinlutherkingjr #exemplar #armyoflove #bridgesnotwalls #civilrightsmovement #libertyandjusticeforall #thismanhasmyheart #iloveyoumartin #nobelpeaceprize


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I have a dream. #mlk #waxmuseum #noahwebster


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What a wonderful week in Atlanta #mlk #hotlanta


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The Selma to Montgomery march was part of a series of civil-rights protests that occurred in 1965 in Alabama, a Southern state with deeply entrenched racist policies. In March of that year, in an effort to register black voters in the South, protesters marching the 5-day, 54-mile route from Selma to the state capital of Montgomery were confronted with deadly violence from local authorities and white vigilante groups. As the world watched, the protesters—under the protection of federalized National Guard troops—finally achieved their goal, walking around the clock for three days to reach Montgomery. The historic march, and Martin Luther King, Jr.’s participation in it, raised awareness of the difficulties faced by black voters, and the need for a national Voting Rights Act.
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