There are so many reasons to thank this undeniable trailblazer.
The most important to me is to love one another for who they are and not what you think they may be.
It’s a lesson that couldn’t come at a better time.
Considering there is a racist occupying the White House that continuously spreads messages of hate.
I choose to cling to Dr. King’s message, and I thank him for it because it’s one I can pass on to my unborn children and in turn their children and on and on and on.
Because while everyone else would like to focus on the kids yelling hate speech at their Mexican classmate, it warmed my heart to see other students standing up to them.
Let’s continue to stand up. Let’s continue to resist.
Like Martin showed us.