Martin Luther King Jr.

Today’s post is simple.
I encourage you to take time out today to honor Martin Luther King Jr, his movement and his family.
He was an uncommon man among commoners.

MLK’s Final Eulogy – Listen here.



2 thoughts on “Martin Luther King Jr.

  1. I was telling Craig about growing up in Virginia – when originally it was optional to go to school for Martin Luther King Jr Day and then Lee and Jackson were added to it – but some towns still refused to close schools for it. I’m not sure how much has changed but I am still hopeful for the future, maybe some day his Dream will be a reality!


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