Given the state of the nation, what would you say to the
|We’ve made some real progress toward making your dream a reality. We’re still working on your Poor People’s Campaign.
||Rev. Ray Hammond
Bethel A.M.E. Church
|What’s up, [fellow Morehouse College] alum? We have to step up our game. Much unfinished business.
Massachusetts Dept. Public Health
|I was at your Lincoln Memorial speech!
|Your work, your speeches have done a lot to the [betterment] of the world and all of its communities. As we stand here today on your birthday and the eve of the inauguration of our first African American president of the United States, we are being blessed.
District Office of City Counselor Chuck Turner
|Congratulations on the job you’ve done. The speech … [that] you brought forward, that’s now manifested itself and pushed us forward. We’re experiencing our first black presidency on the reality of the dream you have presented.
||Rev. Vernard Coulter
University of Massachusetts-Boston
|Thank you. He was right on two fronts: one, the war [in Vietnam], and two, the next civil rights issue: economic sustainability. So right, so early, so often.
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation