Thank You from the Odell S. Williams Museum
I am so proud of the city. Thank you, Baton Rouge, for answering the call for a Day of Peace in Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
It brightened my day to know that by Wednesday morning, there had been no homicides in the City of Baton Rouge,and for that with pride, we are grateful.
A Special “Thank You” to all the caring citizens for coming together planting, cleaning, painting and nailing up empty buildings. Hundreds of volunteers, artists and concerned citizens came together to help create a Better Baton Rouge and a real “Scenic Highway”in Scotlandville.
I firmly believe that “Little By Little, Day by Day, Working Together, We Can make a Difference.” We will take this little minute and use the sixty seconds in it to become stronger and better as we work towards justice, peace, and love.
HARAMBEE! Let’s Pull Together. WE ARE BRPROUD
Odell S. Williams Now And Then African-American Museum
Sadie Roberts-Joseph is the founder of the museum. Photo by Daniel Atkinson.