Robert Kennedy's Martin Luther King Assassination Speech Is More Relevant Than Ever Right Now
July 10, 2016
After the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., Robert Kennedy gave a powerful speech about love and acceptance of one another despite the color of your skin.
"I had a member of my family killed," he says. "And he was killed by a white man."
He found a way in a difficult time to unite the people. And what he says is more relevant and poignant than ever.
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