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January 17, 2018
"There are rare people in history who inspire others and by their presence, bring people to a place where they feel they too have an obligation to stand up. He had a very short life, much shorter than mine. He died at 39. I think of Gandhi who lived to be 78; they shared a belief in nonviolence. The belief that you could change the world, that you could inspire others to change the world through nonviolent action, through nonviolent protest, is a legacy that I believe has permeated our society," said Assemblymember Deborah J. Glick during the resolution commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (K744)