Hope for the future

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Wow! Maybe there's hope! When I read (The Next Page, Jan. 20) Nathaniel Brodsky's " He Had A Nightmare" and Laura Condon's "Star", two of the Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Writing Awards sponsored by Carnegie Mellon University's English Department, I felt like crying. Maybe there's hope that there will be leaders for our children and grandchildren. Maybe, as we struggle to keep kids in school and guns out of school, we can find hope in kids like these. Especially on Martin Luther King Day and especially on the day we inaugurate, again, our black President. Wow! There's hope!

Upper St. Clair



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