Apple recalls the lessons of Martin Luther King Jr.
It's Martin Luther King Jr. day in the United States and both Apple's website, apple.com, and Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, have taken the opportunity to remind the world of just how important civil rights and respect are to societies such as ours, still fumbling our way towards enlightenment.
We honor #MLK by working to help achieve justice and equality. "We may have all come on different ships, but we're in the same boat now." pic.twitter.com/dVQfg3CTSdWe honor #MLK by working to help achieve justice and equality. "We may have all come on different ships, but we're in the same boat now." pic.twitter.com/dVQfg3CTSd— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) January 16, 2017January 16, 2017
I'm not American but I am human and I firmly believe we're all in this world together, to burn or to soar as we decide. So, don't just have a great MLK day, friends, have one that makes us, all of us, better.
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