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On The Mountaintop


Before he was murdered, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his final speech, April 3, 1968, called "the mountaintop speech," and a voice for striking sanitation workers at Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee. Dr. King was a minister who felt compelled to stand against the injustices of those times and his words still ring true today. He was a peaceful protestor who brought new thinking to a society where not all people were being given the same rights under the constitution. He believed in open exchange of ideas, open dialog, and respectful debate. Let us celebrate his life today by following his lead. I pray his words recorded in his "Dream speech" will ring true and that we will all identify people not based on the color of their skin, but "by their character."



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