Discussion Question #44 What Does MLK Day mean to you?

Me: Martin Luther King Day means a lot more to me then just a day off of school. I am truly humbled and thankful for the work Dr.King has done here on earth.Although racism still exist in America, he carried the load on his back to make life better for African Americans today. I can go to school with people of different races and ethnicities. I can vote, I can sit in a restaurant with not only just blacks, and I can be proud to be black. Thanks to him, I can have a dream and make it come true.

~Arganise

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