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  • not not food there Friday, Friday. 2

  • Who Fridays are awesome. 3

  • I'm Carla Zeus for seeing and 10. 4

  • And this particular Friday leaves into a three day weekend for many folks across America. 5

  • Because January 20th is the Martin Luther King Jr holiday. 6

  • It's named for the American Baptist minister and civil rights leader who was actually born on January 15th in 1929. 7

  • But for more than three decades, the federal holiday that honors his accomplishments has been celebrated on the third Monday in January. 8

  • Public events, marches, speeches by civil rights leaders and politicians are all part of it. 9

  • In the U. 10

  • S. 11

  • Government recognizes Martin Luther King Jr Day as a day of service. 12

  • It's said to be a date on, not a day off, and the goal of that is to encourage Americans to volunteer in their communities to improve them. 13

  • Dr. 14

  • King himself was the leader of the Montgomery Improvement Association, named for the city of Montgomery, Alabama, which is now known as the birthplace of the U. 15

  • S civil rights movement. 16

  • In the 19 fifties, King had a reputation for being an eloquent speaker. 17

  • He felt strongly that peaceful events like marches were the best methods of achieving civil rights for African Americans. 18

  • King's influence was growing when he founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1957. 19

  • In 1963 he led the march on Washington, where he delivered his famous I Have a Dream speech. 20

  • The next year, Dr King was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize when changes within the civil rights movement and occasional discouragement challenged him. 21

  • In the late 19 sixties, King found revival through his Christian faith. 22

  • CNN's Dana Bash filed this report on Dr King's legacy on the 50th anniversary of his death. 23

  • Thing is unbelievable. 24

  • You look up there, says Mason Temple. 25

  • This is where Martin Luther King 50 years ago gave his incredible mountaintop speech. 26

  • I want to go, he see. 27

  • Wait that night, April 3rd, 1968. 28

  • King checked in here Rain Motel. 29

  • Get dressed around 5 45 steps out style. 30

  • The balcony of room three of six speaks other guests at her in the courtyard. 31

  • They're approximately 601 fatal shot rings out. 32

  • King lies mortally wounded on the balcony. 33

  • He's taken from the balcony to ST Joseph's Hospital. 34

  • He's pronounced at seven by the brutal slaying tonight of Dr Martin Luther King. 35

  • I ask every citizen to reject the blind violence that has struck Dr King, who lived by non violence. 36

  • Wait to me. 37

  • It's like a returning to something fundamental. 38

  • I mean, this is where Mark with the King breathed his last breath. 39

  • Owner of Lorraine Motel decided not to re check this room out. 40

  • Exactly how was left. 41

  • It was like this way. 42

  • Tell me how you're feeling. 43

  • I was watching you very much. 44

  • He changed my life. 45

  • He inspired me to stand up, to speak up and never give up theory. 46

  • Which of these European universities is the oldest University of Bologna? 47

  • Cambridge, Oxford or Salamanca? 48

  • Italy's University of Bologna was founded in 10 88 making it the oldest university in the Western world. 49

  • There are a lot of good jobs in the United States that do not require a four year college degree. 50

  • But for decades, studies have indicated that people with college degrees usually earn more than people without them, at least on average. 51

  • What might surprise you is that it may not matter so much where that degree comes from, even though elite schools like Princeton, Harvard, Columbia, M. 52

  • I. 53

  • T. 54

  • and Yale frequently topped the list of America's best colleges. 55

  • There are a lot of millionaires and some billionaires who started out at community college, and some who never finished a college degree thieve vast majority of American schools, actually, except well over 50% of their applicants. 56

  • But there is a tear that are highly selective that take fewer than 20% 10% in some cases, fewer than 6% of their applicants and what parents and kids will do to get into the school's eyes practically heroic. 57

  • There's a question that no one addresses, which is, Are those graduates of elite schools who go on to great success? 58

  • Is that a reflection of what happened to them at those elite schools? 59

  • Or is it a reflection of a lifetime of privilege that invariably lead to admission into an attendance at one of those leads schools? 60

  • In my experience in business, um, there is very little difference, if any, between a very high price business education and what's available a lot for a lot less money. 61

  • I learned just as much of the universe Nebraska's. 62

  • I didn't warn. 63

  • You hear a lot of successful people who attended elite schools say you don't need thio. 64

  • They don't notice some appreciable difference in the quality of people who came from, say, a large public school with a fairly high acceptance rate and someone who came from a very elite private college with a low acceptance rate. 65

  • Okay, if somebody graduate from a great university that maybe that may be an indication that they will be capable of great things. 66

  • But it's not necessarily the case. 67

  • We've turned the college admissions process into this sort of shopping mall, where we've used certain things as the Neiman Marcus. 68

  • Others is the J. 69

  • C. 70

  • Penney and, God forbid, you end up in the target across the street. 71

  • But what matters much, much more than where you go to school, and this is there's no doubt about This is what you do when you get to that school. 72

  • There are certain advantages to being the tallest firefighter in the department. 73

  • We put in smoke detectors. 74

  • Yeah, he doesn't need a ladder. 75

  • Seven feet tall, Brandon marriage may be the tallest firefighter on the planet. 76

  • He still has to train like his colleagues and Tullahoma, Tennessee, and they sometimes enjoy cutting him down with nicknames like Shorty. 77

  • One of the officers kids, calls me Affleck because I have to duck all the time. 78

  • But when you've got the height you're in a firefight. 79

  • You don't take flight, you don't get stage fright. 80

  • You just might get a rise out of your good luck putting down the flames. 81

  • That ain't tall enough to burn you up. 82

  • Some people spent firebrand in Barrett's puts it out here. 83

  • The siren. 84

  • See the tall guy. 85

  • Just give him a shout. 86

  • The seven footer do gooder unfolds from the truck and high rises to the challenge. 87

  • Win. 88

  • That challenge heats up, All right, we've got some folks in Mansfield, Texas, watching the Day Mansfield Summit High School. 89

  • We love you. 90

  • Thanks for subscribing and commenting at youtube dot com slash CNN. 91

  • 10 will be searching today's comments there for Tuesday's Shout Out school, so we hope your weekend is totally you tubular.

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