Tim Cook tweets tribute to civil rights movement for Black History Month – Cult of Mac

Tim Cook tweets tribute to civil rights movement for Black History Month – Cult of Mac

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Tim Cook standing at the Foot Solider monument in Birmingham, Alabama.Photo: Tim CookApple CEO Tim Cook tweeted a photo of himself at one of the most iconic civil rights movement monuments in his home state of Alabama this morning to show his support for Black History Month.Cook, who grew up in Alabama during the ’60s and saw the impacts of discrimination and burning KKK crosses first hand, paid respects to the men and women who marched in Birmingham in 1963 to demand equality.This is what Tim had to say: This #BlackHistoryMonth we honor the generations of women and men who had the courage and determination to push for a better, more equal world — and we stand alongside those still marching today. pic.twitter.com/n0yEiZ9Zlm— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) February 11, 2020 “This #BlackHistoryMonth we honor the generations of women and men who had the courage and determination to push for a better, more equal world — and we stand alongside those still marching today.”In the photo, Cook is standing in front of the “Foot Soldier” monument designed by Ronald McDowell and installed at Kelly Ingram Park. The park was where protesters were violently disrupted by police with water cannons and dogs. Photos ....


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