I am moved by this 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. It is one of the first things I remember as a child, and one of the first things I saw on a television at school. My teacher, Mrs. Ericson, let us skip reading group to watch it. Today, looking at the video of the march I was struck by the diverse people involved – people who stopped their lives for a moment, to stART a change.
It seems to me that when a condition exists that clearly demands change, it requires the courage of many to stART things moving in a new direction. Sure, individual heroes can clear the path, but change that impacts many requires the work of many.