In honor of Dr. King's memory, Americans should reread two of the most seminal documents in American history:
"I Have a Dream"
"Letter From a Birmingham Jail"
Dunash ibn Tamim was an astronomer, grammarian, and physician, who served as court physician to the Fatimite caliphs of Kairouan (now in Tunisia).
Dunash ben Labrat ha-Levi was a poet, commentator, and grammarian, who among many other accomplisments composed Dror Yikra, a song for the Jewish Sabbath still commonly sung today.