Today in America is a national holiday, Martin Luther King Day. Sadly, I remember the day this civil rights leader was gunned down by an assassin in April, 1968. I was too young at the time to know about the importance of his work, but when I heard the news flash on TV, I knew he was someone important and rushed to tell my parents.
Later, I studied about him and came to know about the importance of what he believed in. And his famous “I Have a Dream” speech is amazing.
But today, we celebrate the anniversary of his birth and his life. Fellow author Staci Trolio also points out that Dr. King was a prolific writer. You can read her post and what we as authors can learn from him by visiting Story Empire.
Source: Writing Lessons Learned from the Work of Dr. King | Story Empire
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Thanks for sharing, Joan.
Glad to share, Staci!