The tour documented decades upon decades of turmoil and was highlighted by Dr. King's "cause"; along with his final moments. As I approached the display that is now Room 306 I was overcome by emotion. I could have very easily shed tears as I observed such a historic place. Instead, I stood overlooking the spot where Dr. King's life was taken. Deep in thought; contemplating the magnitude of this experience.
I believe Dr. King's lifelong friend Revered Samuel "Billy" Kyles said it best:
"You can kill the dreamer, but you absolutely cannot kill the dream ... The dream is still alive!"