I was too young to attend the March on Washington led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on a hot August day in 1963. I had no intention of missing the 50 year commemoration. Although Dr. King was no longer with us, it was a joy to listen to John Lewis recount the path the civil rights movement had taken, and the opportunities facing us today. It was a beautiful celebration full of college students, union members, sororities and fraternities, politicians, musicians, parents, children -- everyone, every race, creed and color. I'd like to think Dr. and Mrs. King, and all the other fallen activists who blazed the trail for us smiled that morning.  We have not forgotten, nor given up on, the dream.