Today is the day set aside for remembering the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., his heroic struggles and the enormous impact he had on this Nation — honored with a federal holiday. Please take a moment today to read his famous “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on August 28, 1963. If you have kids — of any age — do sit down and take the few minutes to read it all aloud to them. While the “I Have a Dream” passage is now famous — and rightfully so — the speech in its entirety is wonderful and stirring, and mindful of the civil rights struggles in this country — almost unthinkable to today’s kids, but not so very long ago. The struggle for equality is a constant one and we do well to honor Dr. King’s memory today by rededicating ourselves to his cause.
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