We are still waiting for Dr. King’s dream to come true

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For many of us, the phrase “I Have A Dream” has become somewhat of cliché. We all have dreams. That fact alone is somewhat meaningless.

But some of us are more than dreamers. Sometimes we wake up, thinking that our dream is a message, an alarm that is telling us to take action. Most of the time we talk ourselves out if it. We go back to sleeping and dreaming.

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Abraham Villarreal

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People are interesting things. I write about them and what makes them interesting.

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