“I Have a Dream”

By January 17, 2005Miscellaneous

Hard to imagine in this bitter cold January the sweltering heat of the Washington Mall on August 28, l963 when the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. It is one of history’s great speeches with its soaring rhetoric and cry for justice. It is recommended reading for any of you who haven’t read the entire speech. And if you have, read it again, read it aloud to your kids. It still sings.

On this Martin Luther King Day, we do well to remember Dr. King’s lifelong quest for equality and justice, ideals we manufacturers embrace.