Ceremonial Groundbreaking Commemorative Items

Washington, DC Martin Luther King, Jr.
National Memorial Project Foundation, Inc.

Dear Supporter,

Our Ceremonial Groundbreaking on November 13th is a day that I will always remember. This day is a milestone accomplishment in our journey to build this Memorial. If you have not already done so, I invite you to visit our online store filled with unique gifts which commemorates this accomplishment.

These Ceremonial Groundbreaking commemorative items are the perfect additions to your holiday shopping list! And by purchasing any of the items, you will be showing your support by contributing towards the construction of the Memorial, to honor Dr. King’s legacy.

Ceremonial Groundbreaking Commemorative Items

Limited-Edition Individually Numbered Commemorative Ceremonial Groundbreaking Lithograph
A 34″ x 17″ reproduction of the original boards submitted for Winning Design #1403.

“Limited Edition Individually Numbered Lithograph”

“Kids for King” Sweatshirt
White cotton, long-sleeve, crew neck sweatshirt.

Ceremonial Groundbreaking Commemorative Shovel
A unique souvenir commemorating the historic ceremonial groundbreaking.

Ceremonial Groundbreaking Commemorative T-Shirt
Black cotton, short-sleeve, crew neck T-shirt.

“Build the Dream” Wristband Band together to help ???Build the Dream??? and show your support for this historic memorial with a wristband.

Founding Sponsor Lapel Pin
Band together to help ???Build the Dream??? and show your support for this historic memorial with an official Founding Sponsor ???Build the Dream??? lapel pin.

Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial Key Chain
The Foundation logo appears in black on the back of the brushed steel key chain.

Act now! There are limited quantities available. Please place your order before the 14th of December to allow the courier services enough time to deliver your purchase just before the holidays.

Thank you for your on-going support of Dr. King???s dream and the Memorial to celebrate and honor his legacy.

Sincerely yours,

Harry E. Johnson, Sr.
President & CEO


Washington, DC Martin Luther King, Jr.
National Memorial Project Foundation, Inc.
401 F Street, NW, Suite 334
Washington, DC 20001

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I’m Supporting the Jackie Robinson Foundation

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Tribute to Bebe Moore Campbell

A Celebration of Life and Victory

On Monday, November 27, 2006 at 12:15 a. m. PST, our beloved internationally acclaimed best selling author, writer, and mental health advocate, Elizabeth Bebe Moore Campbell Gordon died peacefully at her home in Los Angeles due to complications related to brain cancer.

???My wife was a phenomenal woman who did it her way,??? said her husband Ellis Gordon, Jr. ???She loved her family and her career as a writer. We enjoyed life together as a team and we will miss her immensely and will love her forever.???

Elizabeth Bebe Moore Campbell Gordon leaves to mourn her passing her husband of 22 years Ellis Gordon, Jr. (Los Angeles); her mother Doris C. Moore (Los Angeles); her two children, daughter Maia C. Campbell (Los Angeles), and son, Ellis Gordon III (Mitchellville, Maryland); one son-in-law, Elias Gutierrez (Los Angeles); one daughter-in-law, Monica E. Gordon (Mitchellville, Maryland); two granddaughters, Elizabeth Elisha Gutierrez and Zakariya Emon Gordon, Godmother Agnes Louard (New York) and a host of other relatives and close friends.

For more information, please call friend and publicist, Linda Wharton Boyd (202) 669-9139 ??? cell

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