President Trump gave a message to commemorate the “I have a Dream” speech by Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, 55 years ago. “We remain optimistic of our future together as children of God and citizens of this great Nation,” trump said message. “May the memory of Dr. King, and the efforts we have made to fulfill his dream, remind us of the bonds of love and mutual respect that unite us.”
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President Trump gave a message to commemoration of one of America’s most sought-after modern historical figures.
The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, 55 years ago, “stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the March for jobs and freedom, and spoke out passionately for his dream of equality and justice for all,” trump Embassy, said that the observation of the “I have a Dream” speech.
“We remain optimistic of our future together as children of God and citizens of this great Nation,” trump said message. “May the memory of Dr. King, and the efforts we have made to fulfill his dream, remind us of the bonds of love and mutual respect that unite us.”
The message in honor of the king bound in the civil rights leader’s legacy with the trump’s own presidential politics.
“More than half a century after his speech, our Nation reaffirms our commitment to protecting the promise of America for all our people,” trump message is said. “For this reason, my government has continued to create an environment where the American dream and its many possibilities are there for all hardworking Americans. As a result, for example, we have already seen, the unemployment rate for African Americans reached a record low.”
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Trump has frequently touted that black unemployment is at a record low in America. But the image is fleeting, on a monthly basis. After reaching a record low of 5.9 percent in may, as jumped back up to 6.6 percent in July. More important, said the economists, there are several indications that the race worsens the wealth gap now, and the administration seems to have done little to meet, if at all, especially this challenge.
Government data show troubling economic disparities for black Americans. The median net worth of a black household is only $17,200, after the Federal Reserve. The median net worth of a white household is 10 times higher. Back in 2004, the median net worth for white only seven times it was higher.
On the other side of the country, but one of the king’s children, held a different memory.
KNSD reported that Martin Luther King III, spoke at the U.S.-Mexico border in San Diego County.
“It is said that a nation is judged by how their most precious resource. I believe that our the value of said resources, our children,” ” King III. “We can’t rest until all children are reunited with their loved ones, and in addition to that, we need to work together to ensure that all refugees are treated with dignity and respect in the future.”
The crisis at the border intensified in June, as the White house, the illegal-immigrant families came under fire over the separations. The administration worked for the reunification of separated families after an international outcry, but this is an ongoing process.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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