Our Dreams Matter - Inspired by Martin Luther King's poem | Edward A. Julian Sr. This poem was inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Keeping his dream alive influenced me to talk about my dream, my perception, and my reality as a Black Man in America.
Slavery has played a major role in income, wealth, and generational wealth. The net worth of a typical white family is nearly ten times greater than that of a Black family.
Many residents throughout the inner-cities face barriers preventing them from living a healthy lifestyle. Inner-city communities are plagued with problems of crime, high prison rate, high unemployment, poor health care, inadequate education, and extreme poverty.
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I Have A Dream - Similar to Dr. Martin Luther King's poem by Edward A. Julian Sr.
I believe, we can change the mindset of police brutality, racism, white privilege, discrimination, and a plethora of other issues, once we understand the root of these issues and come up with practical problem solutions.
Change happens when culture changes through new ideas. One good idea has the potential to change the world.
Hi, this poem has been written on Racial Discrimination, and Racial Injustice: Building The Human Family Instead of Graveyards by Edward A. Julian, Sr. This poem will have a positive impact on our entire global workforce as we build a diverse and welcoming environment where people of all backgrounds can thrive and do their best work. Creating opportunities for some does not involve taking opportunities away from other groups.
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