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Shortly before arriving in Memphis yesterday I met and talked with a reporter from WATN, the local ABC affiliate about Walk to Freedom. I will officially finish the walk on Saturday. http://www.localmemphis.com/news/local-news/mlk50-massachusetts-man-travels-400-miles-on-walk-of-freedom-from-selma-to-memphis/1087726918
I’m singing in the rain this morning as I walk to Olive Branch, Mississippi. By early afternoon I will be within 20 miles of Memphis and the National Civil Rights Museum. I expect to finish on Saturday morning with my Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity brothers and other community members.
The National Civil Rights Museum continues to follow my Walk to Freedom journey as I march closer to the City of Memphis for MLK50.
Quick Ramen noodle lunch on the road today.
I was delighted to be introduced to the Rust College community this evening. I enjoyed talking to students about Walk to Freedom, the importance of Civil Rights, and MLK50. Afterwards I was interviewed on the college’s radio station. Rust College is an HBCU and is expected to graduate 129 students at its next commencement inContinue Reading Meeting Rust College Students
I’d like to thank Dr. Ishmell Edwards and his staff at Rust College for graciously hosting me for the night as I make my way to the National Civil Rights Center in Memphis.
On the road to Holly Springs