DeKalb church celebrates King’s dream
DeKALB – In the 50 years after Martin Luther King Jr. told the world that he had a dream, Tammy Shered believes that dream is half-accomplished.
“The dream has manifested,” said the DeKalb resident, referring to interracial marriage, gay marriage and desegregation as examples of progress. “But now we have to keep the dream going and add on to the dream and move forward.”
Charlese Williams, a 12-year-old student at Christian Cornerstone Academy in Sycamore, agreed that King’s work isn’t done.
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