I Have a Dream
On August 28, 1963, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech about a dream that inspired a generation. Over fifty years later, the dream still lives on.
As communities across the country prepare to observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, January 18th, we hope your community of faith might show SALT's Emmy Award winning short film, I Have a Dream that creatively retells the famous last four minutes of King’s inspiring speech.
Here's a preview:
It is our hope that leaders far and wide will share this film as a tool for creating communities of conversation and action; communities that will recommit themselves to working together, praying together, struggling together, and standing up for freedom together.
So, if you know a church, a church leader, a friend, a cousin, a grandpa, a grandma, or a crazy aunt who you think might like to watch this film or use at in their church (or community of faith!), please pass it along!
The SALT Team
On August 28, 1963, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech about a dream that inspired a generation. Fifty years later, the dream lives on. This poetic and provocative short film has been created to inspire communities to ask the question: how far have we come on the journey to social justice and what must be done to achieve the dream King so eloquently articulated in 1963?