I was 30 years old the first time I saw Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I've Been to the Mountaintop" speech. I wish I had seen it as a child. I wish everyone could see it as a child. It should be required viewing in American schools, and it should be part of the fabric of American life. Here's how it changed mine forever.
January 15th would have been the 82nd birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, and around the world today is the day that we celebrate. This is not only a holiday where students are out of school or some may be of of work. This is a very important day for the kids to understand what this man stood for in our life.