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I Have A Dream

August 28, 2014

This morning my son, Canyon, informed me that today is the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s inspiring “I Have A Dream” speech.  I looked it up on Wikipedia and sure enough, today is the 51st anniversary of that great speech from 1963.

As a tribute, I wanted to share some related links.

I invite you to click on and listen to a wonderful song that mixes King’s “I Have A Dream” speech with The City Harmonic’s song “I Have A Dream (It Feels Like Home)”.  Ever since I heard the song a couple years ago, it gives me chills when I hear it.  Click here to listen

To read King’s great speech in its entirety, click here.

As I wrote in a recent blog post ((Re-)Discovering Lincoln), “I celebrate that 21st century America has come a long way to make the segregated and enslaved world of Lincoln’s day in the mid-1800’s to realize the dream so eloquently stated by Martin Luther King Jr. of an integrated modern world where  men are “not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character”.

Today, let us celebrate that we live in that great nation together, and continue the noble work of fulfilling and securing that dream for generations to come.

 

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