Building the World

August 24, 2013
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I Have A Dream

 

Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. from Wikimedia Commons

On August 28, 1963, the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. stirred the hearts and minds of many when he delivered his famous “I Have A Dream” speech to those gathered in Washington, DC. The 50th anniversary of this turning point in history is celebrated this week. Highlights of the 2013 gathering include a “Conference on Civil Rights: Marching Forward by Looking Back — March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom” (http://50thanniversarymarchonwashington.com/). The Hoover Dam is one of the most important achievements in United States history, because it was the first time in public construction history that the federal government mandated a policy of diversity. (Building the World, Volume 1, p. 432). As we look ahead to the next 50 years, what rights will be most important?

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