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Hilary-Lynn McCabe, Graduate Assistant for the Intersectional Feminist Resource Center, shares her thoughts on MLK and the lessons she has learned from his leadership.


00:00 Hi everyone! 00:01 My name is Hilary, I use she/her pronouns, and I am the GA for the IFRC. 00:06 Just sharing some thoughts today for Martin Luther King Jr. day. 00:11 Dr. King was known for his Civil Rights activism in the 60's, but his words and work are still 00:17 incredibly important for us today and what our country is experiencing regarding racial 00:24 injustice. 00:25 The inspiration that I take from Dr. King is the importance of fighting for human rights 00:31 and human dignity, and never being lukewarm about it. 00:36 He really upheld that human dignity piece and love in his work, and it inspires me to 00:42 do the same.


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