Famous MLK speech inspires Discovery School students

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By Jesef Williams

With a huge photo of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as the backdrop, Delaney Gardner shared her own dream for change.

Gardner, a third-grader at Discovery School, hopes for the day when there will be a cure for Alzheimer's disease. Her grandmother has the disease, and Gardner doesn't want anyone else to experience what she has to - having a loved one who can't remember your name.

"It makes me feel sad for her not to know much," said Gardner, who wants to study medicine to help find a cure for the disease.

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