Martin Luther King Jr. Day is coming and I wanted to share with you bilingual posters with quotes taken from his letter from Birmingham Jail and other sources.
I see a lot of cherry-picking when it comes to the messages shared in books, classes and social media.
I've seen his messages being used by privileged groups to silence minoritized, racialized groups.
There is a lot of kindness bypassing out there.
This is why I will be posting his quotes about love in radical action, economic justice, opression and moderate allyship.
I will be posting these posters every other day for free until January the 20th.
The Conversation - Extract of the article by Naomi Schalit
“Exactly one year before his assassination in Memphis, King stood at one of the best-known pulpits in the nation, at .
There, he explained how he had come to connect the struggle for civil rights with the fight for economic justice and the early protests against the Vietnam War.”