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Engage: Do teens think Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream is alive?
January 13th, 2012
12:57 PM ET

Engage: Do teens think Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream is alive?

Engage with news and opinions from around the web about under-reported stories from undercovered communities.

Teens discuss: Is dream of Martin Luther King Jr. a reality? - MercuryNews.com

PepsiCo settles federal lawsuit alleging racial bias in hiring - Reuters

The impact of Florida Latino voters in 2012 election – ABCnews.com

Black pastor could someday own South Carolina white supremacist 'Redneck Shop' - The New York Times

Profile: Nikki Haley,  South Carolina governor – Marie Claire

Viewers of video 'S- White Girls Say' discuss if parody is offensive - National Public Radio

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  1. Absynthe

    It's simple: repeal NAFTA, which will bring jobs back home to Middle Class America, and reverse the upper 1% slaving of America.

    I'm more than one race, and I don't feel comfortable being pigeonholed with the whites. More and more US citizens are like me. Multiculturalism, Biracialism, Triracialism is the new norm. We have taken over the US, and the old white guard just better get used to it.

    January 14, 2012 at 2:51 am | Report abuse |
  2. twang

    As long as white people are'nt allowed to say what we really think, it will look like his dream had come true.

    January 13, 2012 at 7:11 pm | Report abuse |
  3. No Need to Guess

    We are closer to the dreams of the Reverend Doctor King but we have not yet reached the point. As long as the 1% persists in taking away the freedoms and liberties of the lower class and the middle class for its own gain, we will still be fighting the fight. It doesn't just involve the black race but all races. It also involves Hollywood and the media's intolerance of minorities. No we aren't there yet. We the people, have miles to go before we've found equality in America!

    January 13, 2012 at 6:03 pm | Report abuse |