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This Button Could Be Yours

Thursday, October 20th, 2011


At We Marched With Martin this past weekend in Washington, D.C. these buttons, replicas of the one Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wore as he spoke at the 1963 March on Washington, were handed out. You can get one of your own by sending us a note here.


3 Responses to “This Button Could Be Yours”

  1. Roy Benson Says:

    may i please have one button, if possible.
    Roy Benson
    1537 Fourth Street
    Box #60
    San Rafael, CA.

    thank you

  2. Robert Gero Says:

    I saw this on Tumblr & I wanted it right away!
    Martin Luther King Jr. is on of my heros.
    In God We Trust & Love

  3. Robert Gero Says:

    Martin Luther King Jr. is one of my heros
    God Bless Us All & To Him We Trust

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