Twitter remembers Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.!/Presschol/status/187581411467866112

“Hatred paralyzes life; love releases it. Hatred confuses life; love harmonizes it. Hatred darkens life; love illuminates it.” – #MLK

— EddieBNYC (@EddieBNYC) April 4, 2012

Just listened to MLK's "Beyond Vietnam" speech in honor of it's 45th anniv. and the 44th anniv. of his killing.

— Libero Della Piana (@ldellapiana) April 4, 2012

"Every man must decide whether he will walk In the light of creative altruism or in the darkness of destructive selfishness" #MLK

— Amor Aleu (@AmorAleu) April 4, 2012

Blessed are the peacemakers. Always thankful for #mlk and the influence he continues to have. Photos from @Life:

— Theresa Miller (@millertmPruPR) April 4, 2012!/roads_traveled/status/187574571170414595

RIP MLK. RT @HuffingtonPost "I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear." -Martin Luther King, Jr.

— Faith Pennick (@orgchaosmedia) April 4, 2012

#RIP to Dr. Martin Luther King. Proud to be who I am and I have him to thank.

— Ray Gibson (@Ed_Johnson) April 4, 2012

April 4th 1968, one of the bravest leaders of our culture passed. #RiP Martin Luther King Jr. He isn't a rapper so most won't respect this

— Chef BoyaQuis (@OrangeCntyQuis) April 4, 2012

"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. RIP

— Steve Hunt (@SteveHunteditor) April 4, 2012!/MissMKayTQ/status/187575708971831297

On this day in 1968 the 38 year old dreamer Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was killed. The life may have ended but the dream lives on!

— D. L. Wright Jr. (@dlwright2) April 4, 2012

#RIP Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. May his dilligent work to create peace for all walks of life, live through us…

— Delilah Aguilar (@Delilah_Aguilar) April 4, 2012

"A right delayed is a right denied." -Martin Luther King, Jr.

— ᶜᵃˡˡ ᵐᵉ Arck (@ArckTheAssassin) April 4, 2012!/RaeDanie/status/187581680746373120

“True peace is not merely the absence of tension: it is the presence of justice.” - Martin Luther King, Jr.

— Nita Belles (@nitabelles) April 4, 2012

Martin Luther King Jr would be 83. Instead, he was killed 44 years ago today. What would be different, I wonder, if he had lived.

— Jonathan Mandell (@NewYorkTheater) April 4, 2012

Dr. King's last speech: Really powerful stuff.

— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) April 4, 2012

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