Gabriel Seyoum, a solemn 10-year-old Eritrean/American in a Sunday-best blue suit, fashioned his speech around the theme of global connectedness, wondering how King would disperse his message in the 21st century reality of a planet made more intimate by Facebook, Twitter and the Internet.

“I believe Dr. King would tell us that we are each other’s hope,” Gabriel asserted. “He would say: one hope, one world, one destiny.”

source: http://blog.chron.com/newswatch/2012/01/watch-the-winning-speeach-at-2012-mlk-oratory-competition/#2496101=0


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