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, at least once a year, 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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