Monday, January 16, 2012

Wish You Were Still Here: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Soo this is our way to pay respect to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.(January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) . We would like to add that we acknowledge this day January 16th as a national holiday. The ground work and foundation that Dr. King has laid for minorities in this country shall never be forgotten. He is best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights in the United States and around the world, using nonviolent methods following the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi.
With his strong beliefs and values King has become a national icon of modern American liberalism.

His spirit shall live forever, in all those who seek peace, equality and justice. We ask that you take the time to share your feelings on Dr. King and his legacy. We would like to know, do you feel that Dr. King's dream has come true?...If not, can that type of dream become a reality in this world today?
Before you answer maybe you want to be refreshed on just what his vision was...Listen up below

3 comments:

  1. Good Post...
    I still have faith in Dr. King's Dream... I do...

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  2. Dr. King lost his life for what he believed in and that was equality. We are able to enjoy the quality of life we have now because of the work and time Dr. King put in.

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  3. I personally dont filled taht his dreamed was fullfiled. I believe his energy and spirit caried us for a few years and things have evovled, opportunites have opened up. I think we are capable of making his dream a reality. but we misguided, timid, and lazy as a culture. we show glipmses of intelligence and strength but we fail to finish. I believe we need to find a way to unite again, all races and religions

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