“No Dream For Me!”
My daughter has been asigned Martin Luther King jr's line about having a dream about being judged by the content of our character. I showed it to her in a clip and tried to emphasize what this meant and how important this speech was.
Ping-Ping, joking, said, "I do not have a dream. No dream for me!"
Boy did that make me laugh.
Originally posted to Welcome to Arhyalon
|Date:||February 29th, 2012 01:26 am (UTC)|| |
Really Prathia Hall Wynn, right?
Well, the Princess has lived her dream, so now she needs a new one.
But you do know that MLK, Jr., was the social-face focal-lens of the American Civil Rights movement and that he functioned so by condensing the shared expenses of others?
The source of the "I Have a Dream" anaphoral chorus was Dr. Prathia Hall Wynn of Philadelphia and the close, from the speech by Archibald Carey, Jr., to the 1952 Republican Convention.
Dr. Hall Wynn would later credit God with inspiring King to adapt the speech she gave after the fire at the Mt. Olive Baptist Church.