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To Dad By Cassie Haugabook

Dear God,I'm imaginary.Its the one thing I keep learning daily, YOU see.Do they not know, I TOO, was created--masterfully.Dear God,I'm imaginary.Even those I cherish most look right through me.They say they'll care, and always be there.There seems to forever be an, until.I have given my very best.Worked harder than the rest.Never trying to impress.Cause God, I DO IT ALL FOR YOU.As you watch, I wonder what YOU see.As you see your children watching me.Are YOU proud?Are YOU sad?Do I EVER care if I…See More
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"Thanks to the AD King Foundation for honoring these 25 great women of the Civil Rights Movement. Recognizing these women during a ceremony at the Awards Gala is most commendable to such deserving women."
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Rev (Dr) A. D. Williams King: Brother To The Dreamer. He was the younger brother to Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. He and his brother were often termed "Sons of Thunder" due to their preaching styles. Rev A D King was credited for organizing the Birmingham, Selma, Louisville and St Augustine Civil Rights Activities. He was arrested several times with his brother Rev Martin Luther King Jr in Atlanta and several other places. Daddy King was the first to publicly announce that both of sons were murdered for their civil rights activities.Credited for Three Acts passed (Civil rights act 1964,Voting rights act 1965, Open Housing act 1968) Visit http://www.adkingfoundation.comor call 678-736-4933 to volunteer

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