OK, OK, remember the dream. But while you're at it, remember the righteous anger, the willingness to go to southern jails, the reasons why we can't wait (isn't it funny how we still tell people who are marginalized to wait for change--as if our comfort is more important than their lives?), the critique of race and whiteness, the burgeoning analysis of class divisions, and the way he understood love:
To be great, you need "a soul generated by love."
Driving out hate? "Only love can do that."
"At the center of non-violence stands the principle of love."
Just remember SOMETHING else beyond a speech that has been co-opted by advocates of the "new racism": the colorblind clique.