Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

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“When I marched in Selma, I felt my legs were praying.”

– Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel

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Every now and then there appears a person who reminds us of our highest aspirations. He or she usually upsets the status quo, is often hated by some, but over time brings people together, and – sadly – disappears all too quickly. Think of these people, whenever you can, and recall their sacrifice, their teachings, and their contributions to humanity. That is, no doubt, the purpose of their appearance before us.

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