Look at me. I’m black. White. Brindle. You name it. All kinds of colors. And little white hairs are showing up all over the place – around my eyes, on my back. Everywhere.
Now, you might say I’m a walking integrated community and I get along with everybody, just about. So, why can’t everybody be nice to one another? No matter what color. What culture. What religion.
I’m not partial to any breed. Really. I even get along with cats. Sometimes.
So, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. day, I’m asking you to think. Just think. About what the world would be like if everybody kind of got along.
That would be cool, huh?
Let’s just try.
What You Learned Today:
- We’re honoring the memory and the work of Martin Luther King Jr. today where I live.
- He made a speech that people still talk about after nearly 50 years.
- Here’s the text of that speech.
- Read it. Share it. Live it.