I Have a Dream by Martin Luther King Jr.
by Steven McCabe
Iconic & poetic Dream – words of Martin Luther King Jr. whose Dream overlapped dimensions of human and social experience. His Dream was a world free of racism, colonialism, militarism, poverty, imperialism, and systemized social injustice. In his Dream & for his Dream he blended impassioned activism with an intellectual grasp of history. With his empathetic nature, faith in a loving God, and belief in the inevitability of justice, he interpreted history not according to the dictates of the state but rather on behalf of the oppressed. He payed with his life for his Dream.
The collaged image of MLK, Thoreau and Gandhi refers to the circular nature of their relationship. Once again I have I remixed a photo of waves crashing onto a beach in California uploaded by user Tewy on Wikipedia Commons: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5/deed.en
I looked and looked to find the name of the photographer who took the famous shot of MLK praying. If you know who it is please let me know, I would love to credit him or her as well as the photographer of Gandhi & the creator of the Thoreau daguerreotype.