A day late, but not lacking in importance.
I have heard many people grumble about the holiday remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. People I love and care about, but who are misguided about what this day means. On this day, we, as Americans, can remember a past not too distant and the sins that abounded. Some of those sins linger today, but I believe that we are moving forward. It is imperative that we remember Martin Luther King, Jr. who taught a nation that nonviolence, faith, and perseverance can change the world.
One of my bosses sent this to our list this morning and I thought it was good enough to share.
–Jane, everyone dreams