86 years ago in Atlanta Georgia, Martin Luther King Jr. was born. He would grow up to become a man who would become instrumental in leading the fight for civil rights for all Americans. Many people remember him for his stance on non violence and racial equality, yet few know of his position on economic equality. At the root of many of his eloquent speeches was a call for the end of poverty. In some respects we here at Business Interface continue his fight to end poverty. On Monday January 19th, we will close our offices in observance of his birth, his life and his accomplishments.
Rodney J. Carroll