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Included in this year‘s special virtual community celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. are personal statements from Dedham students. If you were unable to watch the Celebration on Monday, January 18th, you can watch them here as they share their experiences and their dreams for a future that honors Dr. King‘s vision of inclusion and personal freedom.

Maximus Vo - Grade 8

Hilen Miralda - Grade 11

Student Dreams & Presentations

  • Garyanne Doliscar - Grade 9

    Today I ' m going to talk about 2 Quotes of Martin Luther King and give my opinion (and my dreams). - Read and watch 9th grader presentation & translation

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  • Tomas Patino Ayala - Grade 12

    “we refuse to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt” Martin Luther King Jr. - View DHS senior interpretation and video presentation

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  • Gamyld Doliscar - Grade 9

    "One hundred years later, the life of the Negro is still sadly crippled by the manacles of segregation and the chains of discrimination."- A personal statement and translation from DPS ninth grader.

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  • Humam Al Akzeegh - Grade 10

    Dedham 10th grader reads their vision and MLK inspired Dream - translation and video link

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  • Genesis Pacheco Lorenzo - Grade 12

    View DHS 12th grader present his MLK inspired dream - and its translation .

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  • Josley Pena - Grade 11

    "We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope" Martin Luther King - A personal statement and translation from DPS eleventh grader.

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  • Aaesha Al Marri - Grade 9

    Welcome, I am Aaesha Al-Marri from the United Arab Emirates. Today I will talk about dreams, and of course we all have dreams, but every dream is different from the other, and there are people who think that they are the best, but they do not know that they are equal, that they only differ in color, shapes, and other.

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