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Today I walk to school with no shame No one glares at me with disgust or talks to me with hate I am able to pounce around with my friends and not be judged Who would say that this isnt the dream Martin Luther King Jr dreamt Racist remarks are still made and stereotypical images remain in the minds of adolescents Nevertheless Kings dream is yet a work in progressMuch of Kings work is done though Dark colored boys and girls play with light colored girls and boys Any family is allowed in any restaurant There is no such thing as an All Whites school or water fountain for that matter The United States is being looked after by a dark president - after all these years Freedom has rung Today in society racism is looked down upon It is not normal to segregate anymore Now millions are thankful for that dream that was dreamtThe dream has yet to continue but has been interrupted by the grimy truth beneath the shiny surface Im sure the whole country knows of the Trayvon Martin case the case that has caused controversy due to assumptions of racial thoughts running through the mind of the white man that killed the black boy Why did we assume he was being racist because the world hasnt fully been brought out of the times MLK was around Kings dream was for all colors ethnicities religions and genders to be equal but we still have misogynistic men running around today We still hear blacks make fun of whites and whites make fun of blacks You came from a raft a boy obnoxiously reminds the Cuban girl sitting next to him Racism is still alive in the minds of quiet bystanders Racism is the work us people need to progress inMartin Luther King Jrs dream has not finished Yes we have accomplished much No we have not accomplished enough It is
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