On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Remember What He Represents

A chance to be seen for what you are capable of creating and achieving – who you are capable of becoming. A chance to be seen for something other than the color of your skin, the sound of your accent, or the shape of your eyes. A chance for you to experience the American Dream in all its glory and magic like the generations of immigrants and settlers before you.

His work and this day is a reminder for how much work there is still to be done.

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