The Rest of the Dream 

By confining Martin Luther King's legacy to several splendid lines on one hot August afternoon, we’ve lost sight of measuring not merely the man, but the dream.

I was born roughly 12 years after Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his momentous "I Have a Dream" speech. My generation, raised on the first wave of hip-hop music and odes to Malcolm X, was angry with King. We thought his…

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