Sound the Alarm: A Plan for Martin Luther King's Dream

The Pacifican

January 27, 2011


In 1968, when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. died, there were 11 million poor children in America. Today there are over 15.5 million children living in poverty, of these children, almost half— 6.9 million—live in extreme poverty. The tenacious demons that Dr. King warned us against and worked tirelessly to overcome—poverty and racism—still plague our nation and communities.
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