Fellows, I couldn’t be more excited to see the ways your work will continue to change the world we live in. Welcome to the team. This week, 50 years after Martin Luther King, Jr. was killed on his hotel balcony in Memphis, I spent a few hours in Washington, D.C. with my friend Congressman John Lewis and a group of young men for a My Brother’s Keeper Alliance roundtable. Patron saint of food and life prayer poster. During our time together, we reflected on Dr. King’s remarkable legacy his teachings of nonviolence, his moral urgency, the courage and strength required to stand up for what you believe in, especially when it’s hard. John and I weren’t there to lecture these young men. Their generation already knows about justice and fairness, right and wrong, the world as it is and the world as it should be.
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We were there to share our experiences across three generations, to ask questions, and to learn from each other. Patron saint of food and life prayer poster. My thanks to John and these young men for participating in this conversation and for teaching me so much. Our most important task as a country is to make sure our young people can go as far as their dreams and hard work will take them. Four years ago, My Brother’s Keeper was created to help boys and young men of color get the support and guidance all of our kids should have. This is something I will be invested in for the rest of my life, and I look forward to continuing the journey with all of you.