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I consider Martin Luther King Jr Day to be one of our most important holidays here in America. Racism is still a major cultural problem that needs to be addressed as much as possible to prevent prejudice and promote equality. Music can take a very active role in this (and actually has on many different sides of race issues) and I believe it can help make a difference. Organizations like Love Music Hate Racism are taking an active position but I think even simple songs themselves can make a difference.
On this memorial day to Martin Luther King Jr. I can think of no better song to some up the message of the day than Bob Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind", because "how many roads must a man walk down before we call him a man?" Today, lets take that question to heart and promote unity, equality and cultural acceptance while still celebrating our diversity.
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day from the Soul of Rock 'n' Roll.
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