Cory Booker Focuses on Justice and Furthering Dr. King’s Legacy at Campaign Tour Kickoff

On April 13, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. sat in a Birmingham, Alabama jail after being arrested for protesting racism and segregation. There, he wrote “Letter From a Birmingham Jail,” which emphasized that the word “Wait” has “almost always meant ‘Never.’” In his letter, Dr. King observed that “justice too long…

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