19 Comments on “Apple CEO Tim Cook Speaks at Alabama Academy of Honor induction”

  1. They like mixing black struggle with gayness so that it can have great
    value wtf please split the two … 

  2. LGBT leaders in business, clear the way. Marginalized people need us more
    than ever. 

  3. A OCDE devia ouvir o Tim Cook sobre a questão da educação…

    Apple CEO Tim Cook Speaks at Alabama Academy of Honor induction

  4. Very inspiring how +Apple CEO Tim Cook is standing up for equality and
    pushing the dream that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. started to still become
    a reality in America.

  5. Thank you Mr. Cook. Your vocal support for your LGBT brothers and sisters
    will open heart and minds, making change possible.

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  7. Having attended middle school, high school, and my freshman year at Auburn
    University in Alabama, I concur with Tim Cook on all three points in the
    video. As an Army brat, all the Redstone Arsenal kids were bussed to
    Huntsville schools. Even though the military paid the Huntsville school
    system for having their kids educated in Huntsville, the city was incensed
    that our black kids were attending the same schools at the white kids
    instead of being sent to majority black schools. I met my first openly gay
    person at Auburn University (a classmate of my older sister). In the 60’s,
    the concept of gay was pretty new to me. Something whispered about poet
    Walt Whitman in our literature book. Certainly not anything discussed in a
    military family. We’ve come a long way but still have a long way to go
    towards equality for everyone.

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