Fifty-four years ago, Martin Luther King, Jr., gave his famous “I have a dream” speech, in which he hoped one day his children would be judged by their character rather than their race.
Unfortunately, the government still judges individuals by their race. So-called affirmative action, a euphemism for racial discrimination in the name of “diversity,” is practiced in government institutions, such as college and university admissions.
King’s niece, Dr. Alveda King, prayed on the anniversary of her uncle’s speech at a rally for President Donald Trump in Phoenix on Monday. Dr. Ben Carson, HUD secretary, introduced her.