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Remember Martin Luther King Jr Day 2012 With Dream of A New Birth Of Freedom in America

Updated on January 22, 2013

Dream of A New Birth Of Freedom in America 2012 and Tomorrow

The difficult times in America for many is not yet over this January in 2012. Ten years has passed now since the slow economy that came to a brink, close to the time of two generations ago in what is known as the Great Depression in the early 30's. Unemployment rates are still high with many still unemployed or under employed in the nation.

. It is a time when memory of August 28, 1963 is appropriate to look ahead to a new birth of freedom in America.

This new birth of freedom for our generation alive today is somewhat different from the "I have A Dream Speech" at Linclon Memorial with a massive march for jobs and freedom. It was a defining moment for the Civil Rights Movement.

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Overcoming The Barriers to Creativity Existing Today in America

One Community One Tech Hub at a time !

America is still one of the most creative nations in the world. But opportunities and motivations are still hampered by management structures in local governments and business particularly where creativity and innovation support simply does not exist.

A culture of hierarchical structure with previledge at top and control and order takers in the botom exist.

This is not only my assessement but creativity experts from leading graduate schools of business have found such hearchical creativity killer structures often dominates our society in America

( please review my Squidoo lense titled "How to Kill Creativity by Amabile_A Classic Essay Review with Business Application Focus ".

Inspiration From Today to Tomorrow

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MLK Memory Book

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At the center of non-violence stands the principle of love. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase. Martin Luther King Jr.

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From MLK Memory Book

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Progress is a nice word. But change is its motivator. And change has its enemies. Robert F. Kennedy

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Family in the Library

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Brother Pete Still Alive Today at this writing is 10 Years Older to Martin Luther King Jr.

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From The "I have A Dream" Memory Book

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The Childhood Home in Atlanta and 3 Generations

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A Childhood Memory

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At the Lincoln Memorial and the Memory of Civl War (1861-1865)

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My New Group at LinkedIn.Com - Welcome !

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Comments Welcomed , Appreciated and Shared Here for Follow Ups

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      Rhonda-Ryan LM 4 years ago

      Nicely done... I like your way of information sharing. :-)

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      sponias lm 5 years ago

      Great lens! It deserves to be blessed.

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      gravityx9 5 years ago

      Our country has come a long way, but has much work to do. Great lens, informative........Tweeted & Pinned @pinterest