What is the most important thing to remember about Martin Luther King Jr.?
Asked at Walgreens, 3421 W. Sixth St. on January 17, 2005
“Probably his speech, because that is the most moving thing that I remember about him.”
“He was fair to everyone. He didn’t put anyone down in order to have his message heard, and I think that is just incredible.”
“I think his striving for equality and justice.”
“The advancements he made with civil rights for what at the time was the African-American movement, but have branched out over time. Groups today who feel that civil rights are being set back should look to his teachings.”