(Extra) Ordinary People

August 28, 2013

Of all the good and important words that have been spoken in the past week about the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and the March on Washington, perhaps none are more remarkable than Sybrina Fulton's as she appeared on MSNBC Sunday morning:

"I think the most important thing that I can do is continue to fight and just be realistic and not expect things to happen overnight," Ms. Fulton told Melissa Harris-Perry. "It took a long time for everything to occur, so it's going to take just that time to try to get things on the right track. I'm giving my commitment not to give up until I'm resting in my grave....It's very important that we stick together, that we unite and we fight."

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