Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Stationery by Cloudeight

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a Baptist minister and passionate fighter for civil rights through non-violent action. He is highly recognized for his leadership in the Civil Rights Movement. He dedicated his life to ending the injustice of racism, gracing the world with his vision of a land guided by love instead of hatred and by acceptance instead of intolerance.

Some of his most famous speeches include the march on Washington in 1963, his acceptance speech of the Nobel Peace Prize, his last sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church, and his final speech in Memphis.

*Three decades ago, Dr. King described his goals most eloquently in his famous "I Have a Dream" speech at the historic Civil Rights March on Washington. The impassioned plea that rose from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial that summer day stirred the entire Nation, awakening people everywhere to turn from the scourge of racism to embrace the promise of opportunity and democracy for all. He prophetically described a future in which our children are judged "not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. His unparalleled commitment to justice and nonviolence challenged us to look deeply within ourselves to find the roots of racism.

King is the only American besides George Washington to have a national holiday designated for his birthday, a powerful tribute to King's philosophy and stature.

Cloudeight hopes you will enjoy this mini-collection paying tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  You can preview each stationery in this collection prior to download. It is available as full size collection only in your choice of Standard (Outlook or Outlook Express) or Advanced (Outlook Express only).

Dream Huggs In Atlanta
Memorial Only Love

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*Borrowed in parts from "A PROCLAMATION, President Clinton, January 14, 1994.  Stationery design by Cloudeight 2001