This fearless man taught us about the power of a dream.
He taught us about the need to gather for social change.
He taught us about the importance of character.
He taught us about justice.
He taught us that one person c-a-n make a difference.
He taught us that “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”
And how fitting that we should be gathering this week also.
In protest of the legal holocaust.
If his life was not snuffed out so viciously, so violently, so suddenly and at so young an age, would he be joining us this Friday on The National Mall in the shadow of the Lincoln Memorial?
Would he be leading us in denouncing the evils of abortion at The March for Life?
Yes, I daresay, he would. This information sums up his stand on abortion.
For his stirring speech from August 1963, his dream, please click here.
After all, here's the example he set for his niece, Alveda King. And thank God for that.
Happy birthday to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
He was quite an example.