On this Martin Luther King Day a lot of uncomfortable things, unfortunately, spring to mind to discuss, but I intend not to discuss them here and now.
I don't know a lot about Dr. King but I suspect that he would not have liked the way that his name gets tossed around these days. So rather than add my voice to the chorus that became a cacophony declaring in all contraindication to anything that ever actually happened what Dr. King would have wanted, I'll just say that this is, correctly, a day for service. It is a day to remember that the struggle goes on, and perhaps now, more than ever, to realize that the struggle is never really over.
"Manuscripts don't burn"
- Mikhail Bulgakov
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