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Friday, April 4, 2008

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Showed The Way

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968 - the day America will always mourn - one of its most courageous and upright citizens was killed by a sniper’s bullet. Since the horrible slaying of Dr. King, this nation has certainly progressed in racial relations, which shows what a positive and noble aim can accomplish. America is a better country from the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and others like him.

This United States of America has always been a country known for great its commitments, innovations and accomplishments - and equalizing the rights of all of its populace was one of its most ground-breaking actions. Its corrected civil rights policies have gone a long ways to improving this nation and making it a true “melting pot”. And individuals like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. are the founding fathers of these civil right statutes. Our many races are now living far more harmoniously then before changes to the civil rights laws. Great nations do great things.

So lets remember the death of this great and intelligent man and continue to improve our nation’s racial and social issues. Let us remember the sadness of this day, but let us also remember the joy that this man has help create in all of our lives. We, along with the “DREAM” of one Dr, Martin Luther King, Jr., can do it. We just have to want it. Think about it.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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