What Does Dr. King's "Dream" Mean to You?

"And so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream..." -- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

In August of 1963, while standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in front of 250,000 civil rights protestors, Dr. King delivered his most famous speech, "I Have a Dream".

In that speech, he prodded the American conscience and spoke of the moral force that hungered for justice and equality. His was a message of civil rights and economic justice, a message that lives on beyond that moment in 1963.

And almost 46 years later with Barack Obama as President, the truth in Dr. King's words still moves us. So in celebration of Dr. King's message and legacy, we're asking for your thoughts on "The Dream." How does "The Dream" live on?

Please take a moment to tell us, "What does "The Dream" mean to you?"  
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