Mom Kim here - thank you for posting this - everytime I hear it, it sends shivers up and down my spine. I was doing some research on disability rights and found out that the Civil Rights era helped to fuel the movement for civil rights for people with disabilities.Mom KimPS Shiloh is so mad at me - maybe that is why he has been getting into things he normally wouldn't. He wanted me to tell his sweet Tasha that he has really not forgotten her and is so sorry (my fault) for not stopping by sooner - he says- AARROOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Dreams can change the world! Lee and Phod
The WDA, too, holds this special man in the highest regard, and we join with the DWM in praying for a day when we are all one.
Xeti's dreams are my rules! jajaja
Thanks so much for linking up to the TNT hop. That was a fabulous speech. I wish some of the principals that Dr. King encouraged still held true today.
Oh, Thanks bunches for puttin' this on!! Ma cannot help butts stop and listen every single time it is on. She gets the goosey bumpsKisses,Ruby ♥♥
Such a special thing to make tribute to.
I tear up everytime I hear this speech! Thank you for posting it!Have a wonderful Labor Day! Hugs, Francesca
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