MLK Day: We Cannot Walk Alone.

In days like these, it is easy to forget those who paved the way. And while a blog post doesn't do it enough justice, year in and year out I have tried to commemorate this day with one of the many speeches of Martin Luther King Jr. that speaks to a struggle we can all relate to. While the injustices and inequalities of today simply take on new and evolved forms, we can celebrate. We can thank the people of the past that suffered for our future. We can take 10 minutes out of our day to reflect. We can hide our excel sheets, put away out text books, drop our tools of profession and listen. We may not be "free at last." We can dream. All of America...can dream.

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