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Updated: 01/08/2014 08:00:03AM

The Legacy of

‘Realize the Dream’

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “Dream” should be an everyday task. Working hard to assist citizens who want to do better and assisting those WHO are in need. As we honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, it important for you to know that Dr. King was a dynamic force. From the day he was born on Jan. 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Ga., he did not let nay-sayers, gossipers, nor haters detour him from realizing his dream. Dr. King ran over obstacles to change the world and improve the lives of African American citizens, in addition to all citizens, cultures and genders. God strategically planned Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life. His plan was to make American people “Realize the Dream” and that is we can achieve success equally in the United States of America. The early and mid 1950s in Montgomery, Ala., Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led a Bus Boycott, for equal rights for African-American citizens.

In the late 1960s in Chicago, Ill.; Dr. King focused on economic justice, which started a tremendous movement that was lead and highlighted by several additional campaigns: Dr. King spoke emotionally against the Vietnam War, encouraging international peace. During his prime of life, living, and making a difference in the world over the years. Dr. King started a movement and march for the “Poor Peoples Campaign,” which was a wide range effort to assemble a multiracial coalition of poverty stricken American citizens who would advocate for economic change in the United States of America workforce.

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