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Encouraging Words

To me, it's amazing when my 5-year-old comes home talking about the history behind MLK day.

When I was in Kindergarten, we learned our colors, numbers, and maybe a few words.

My son comes home teaching me about rhombuses, arctic animals and their habitats, and about politics.

Today, he came home and gave me a history lesson. He said Martin Luther King was a very good man, who delivered a speech that he was killed for. I'm sure the teachers tried to give these kids the whole picture of "I have a dream", but this is the part that stuck with my little boy - 'he gave a speech that he died for...'

I tried to impart some wisdom at that moment. Wisdom that MLK tried to impart on that day he died.

That we are all created equal...that some people judge others because of their background, race, or religion. That we all should work as a human race to improve our society with peace and respect. That we should NOT judge others based on their color, creed, or religion - b…

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