18th Annual Interfaith Celebration of legacy and work of Martin Luther King Jr.

“Do you know that most of the poor people in our country are working everyday? They are making wages so low that they cannot begin to function in the mainstream of the economic life of our nation. These are facts which must be seen. And it is criminal to have people working on a full-time basis and a full-time job getting part-time income.”

 

— Dr. Martin Luther King, in a speech to Memphis sanitation workers in 1968, just before his assassination.