"Martin Luther King's Dream Come True?"

When my son was insulted due to his race, I only had a second to react. In the aftermath, I paused to reflect on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., and the strides he made for this country.

When my son was harassed by a classmate for his race, I knew I only had a second to act.

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