The day after #MLKDay (édité)

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Je viens de découvrir cette présentation sur slideshare qui explique le #MLKDay (en anglais) :


J’ai attendu le lendemain du jour de Martin Luther King : #MLKDay pour les initiés, pour recenser quelques informations à ce sujet. Tout est en anglais malheureusement…
Je me dis aussi que nous pourrions faire pareil en souvenir du Colonel Ratsimandrava qui avait une vision ? Un rêve ? Le Fokonolona, voie de l’unité pour les Malgaches

Je vous avoue qu’en ce moment, je suis passablement énervée par rapport à ce que je lis sur Madagascar [i], alors je me remets à rêver à «Mon Madagascar à Moi» où je suis «Lost In My Dream»

Minister, Activist, Hero, Icon (
King’s unique vision reshaped the landscape of American politics and society. In his brief life, he redefined what it means to be black in the United States, and, by extension, what it means to be an American.

MLK 25 Challenge : What are you doing for others ? (
To mark the 25th anniversary of the King Holiday, and to encourage ongoing service throughout the year, we are launching the MLK 25 Challenge – a call to all Americans to honor Dr. King by pledging to take at least 25 actions during 2011 to make a difference for others and strengthen our communities.

MLK Day of Service (
Each year, Americans across the country answer the call to service by coming together on MLK Day and serving with their neighbors and communities.

Martin Luther King Speech (Smithsonian Snapshot)
January 13, 2011
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., 1956
In this photo, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. speaks at Rankin Chapel at Howard University in Washington, D.C., in December 1956. This photograph was taken at the end of the successful Montgomery Bus Boycott that thrust King into the national spotlight.

MLK TRIBUTE: Somewhere I Read
MRCiPHeRBLaZe | 17 janvier 2011 |
Happy Birthday Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. A very special tribute to the greatest activist in Americas history. Presented by Tellavizion and SwingStarr Entertainment. His words will never be forgotten. 2011

In The Name of Love
shiramo | 14 janvier 2007 |
In memory of MLK…slideshow put to U2’s Pride (In The Name of Love). Done in honor of Martin Luther King Jr Day 1/15/07. I wanted to create something like this for several years and finally sat down to do it. Around 2003 I created a mix of U2 – ‘Pride’ with various MLK speeches and news briefs interlaced. U2 fans will notice that I used the single version of ‘Pride’ which has Bono’s unedited vocals as he really belts out the chorus with a lot of feeling and emotion. The ultimate goal was to set a slideshow to the music. This was done using the wonderful program ‘MemoriesOnTV’ version 3.1.7. After sorting through many on this was my favorite. Feedback would be appreciated. Thank you for watching.

[i] “Rencontre à huis clos à Ambohitsorohitra Bernard Tapie à #Madagascar, l’opportuniste sans scrupules


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