On the third Monday in January, we celebrate the the life and the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. When Dr. King died in 1968, many believed that the dream died with him. It did not. Dr. King left a huge body of work, a great life of accomplishment and an ardent group of followers that continue his work today.
He was a strong speaker with a reverent voice and there will never be another voice as powerful. The human race lost more than a human rights activist, civil rights leader, and a man of God; we lost an important voice for the conscience of America.