And, in ways beyond our calculation, all of us have been affected by King's legacy. So, in our toasts, let us not forget King's authentic work and his posterity for a generation that is recurrently confronted with racism, poverty, mass incarceration, materialism, militarism, economic inequality and a justice system that claims the lives of one in three African American males who largely populate inner cities. In the spirit of Martin Luther King, we must teach this generation that our loyalties to peace, justice and democracy must transcend the ubiquitous evil that exists within the structure of racism, bigotry and violence. This is why I have continued to take pleasure in the joys of reading and teaching King's narrative. Still, I enjoy sharing stories with young people, who are, for the most part, eager to learn and given charge to continue the legacy and convictions of Martin Luther King. And, I am all but certain that they will grow to share a few stories of their own.