Join the Genealogy Revolution.
Search for your surname in the largest DNA database of its kind!

My Surname


Footnote.com

Banner - Family Tree Maker 2008

Domain Name Registration at GoDaddy.com 120x60


AfriGeneas Discuss! Forum

Remembering April 4, 1968

That evening in Washington, D.C. had a slight precipitation, you know, a little drizzle. I had completed my subject at a nearby business school and was on my way to the nearby busstop. I had this plan to go out that evening after I got home, yu know, I mean like hanging out, going to a movie, and getting some food.
So there I was at the busstop. One guy had his radio real loud, playing a lot of good tunes. One man stood alongside of him getting frustrated, and some lady kept on telling him to turn it down. I stood there. Suddenly his radio went silent, and then as he started to turn the channels there was a voice that came through. It pointed out that a terrible thing had gone on in Tennessee. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. We stood there, we looked at each other. The lady wept. The bus came. And on the bus the silence was there. A great man was gone from us.
Late that evening there were some looting along 14th and U Street, N.W.; Stokely Carmichael was here as well. At home Pres. Johnson spoke. The rest you know what went on.
Joseph
Dr. King was a great man.
A few years ago another man in 1965, a great man, Malcolm X was also assasinated. We will always remember those guys.

Messages In This Thread

Remembering April 4, 1968
Re: Remembering April 4, 1968

18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
Copyright © 2002-2008 by AfriGeneas. All rights reserved.
AfriGeneas ~ African Ancestored Genealogy