We see it in the renewed spirit of active citizenship sweeping America including the I AM 2018 initiative that is continuing Dr. King’s work for racial and economic justice, in the Mothers of the Movement who want other children to have the safe, secure lives their own kids were denied, and in all the activism of young people, especially the recent marches against gun violence led by the brave, determined students from Stoneman Douglas High School and featuring a speech from Dr. King’s nine-year-old granddaughter, Yolanda, in Washington, D.C. Hairdresser She Works Willingly With Her Hands Poster. She did her grandfather proud, reminding us all that, on this hallowed day, we should celebrate Dr. King’s legacy not as a wistful memory, but as an enduring call to action. Nineteen years ago, NATO’s Operation Allied Force ended a bloody ethnic cleansing in Kosovo led by the dictator Slobodan Milosevic, which by then had killed more than twelve thousand people and displaced more than a million Kosovars.
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As the conflict drew to a close and the refugees began returning to their cities and villages, I traveled to Kosovo to thank the US forces, and meet the local leaders. Hairdresser She Works Willingly With Her Hands Poster. I also visited an elementary school in Ferizaj. I told the parents and children gathered there that while their friends and allies in NATO had won the war to allow them to return to their homes, only they could win the peace. I knew they were strong enough to rebuild their lives, but rebuilding their society would be harder building a new nation required former antagonists to work together, to find their common humanity and shared dreams amidst their many differences and grievances.