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The Dream Man and His People

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The Dream Man and His People

"I have a dream."

"I have a dream."

"I have a dream."

Caitlyn K., Editor/Writer

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The Dream Man fought for his people. Fists had not been raised, foul words had not been spoken. But peace and simplicity had done the job.

On January 15, 1929 in the town of Atlanta, Georgia Michael King Jr. had been born. Although, once conceived his father changed his name in honor of  German reformer, Martin Luther. He never know that that name would be forever known in history.

On Monday, January 20th people all over America will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr Day.

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