The day before Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, Jan. 15, a hashtag inspired by his renowned "I Have A Dream" speech in 1963 began to trend on Twitter.
#IHaveADream2016 powerfully iterates the message in King's speech for a better tomorrow for all. While many of the tweets had more playful messages like winning the Powerball, there were several that held selfless, optimistic and forward-looking sentiments for change this year.
Here are some of the more progressive tweets below.
The dream lives on!
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