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1968 to 2018: 50 Years Later—Who Are We Today?
Today we continue to see how political, generational and cultural differences cause neighbors, citizens, friends, and family members to tune each other out and reject the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversations that lead to acts of justice. We must ask ourselves, will we choose to be a people inspired by dreams of peace and equality? Amidst the violence, bitterness, and divisions, can we admit the ills of injustice even if we differ on the proper cure?
The year of 1968 was riddled with division, violence, and hatred. The loss of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will be felt deeply tomorrow because the parallels between 1968 and 2018 are hard to ignore. The fight for economic and social justice continues, hinging upon our ability to intentionally embrace peace and civil discourse.
Tomorrow, April 4, 2018 will mark the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s assassination. Even while beset from all sides with doubt, Dr. King persisted in the pursuit of his Dream, and expanded his mission to find common ground for America’s brothers and sisters to live, work, and thrive. Together. He dedicated his life to challenge our Nation to achieve the goal of liberty and justice for all. Dr. King lost his life to a violent act of injustice that he fearlessly fought to eliminate in our Nation.
Bone McAllester Norton PLLC will commemorate this somber anniversary tomorrow with reflection on Dr. King’s life and with gratitude for his rich legacy, through prayer and charity. We will encourage the BMN family to devote some measure of time, talent or treasure to the community on April 4, 2018, in honor of Dr. King’s ministry and his Dream. We hope that you, our clients, colleagues, friends and fellow Americans, will do the same.
Peace and goodwill to you and yours,
BONE McALLESTER NORTON PLLC