The I Have a Dream Speech – The U.S. Constitution Online –

“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”

One can only hope this dream will be true in Hawaii someday, when children are not kept out of schools because of their race, and people are not given special privileges based on their race.

2 Thoughts on “The I Have a Dream Speech – The U.S. Constitution Online –

  1. Tane on 1/17/2006 at 10:37 am said:

    It’s so convenient for a white man to expound such noble sentiments, especially in a WASP racists society. While it’s true that racism is characteristic of the USA; the Hawaiian Kingdom was not. Fix up your own country before attacking another foreign country. You expect us to comply to your racist country’s laws to fit your whims and desires. Your passion to covet what belongs to others is typical and historical in your country’s history. This reverse racism is hilarious indeed. Why is it that the bully always cry foul when someone hits him back?

  2. I find it sad that those in the sovereignty movement, and in support of race-based privilege in Hawaii, have forgotten the noble sentiments of the 1840 Hawaiian Constitution, which proclaimed all men “of one blood”. Apparently they have managed to copycat the worst parts of the U.S.A.’s racist Jim Crow history.

    A bully who bullies a bully who bullied him is just as bad as the bullied bully.

    The answer to racism is not to reverse the racism, it is to elminate all racism. Funny how some people don’t get that.

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