I find myself thinking about the myriad of injustice issues that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. championed. One glaring injustice is the treatment of Bayard Rustin by leaders in the civil rights movement. Bayard Rustin was the Black gay organizer for the historic March On Washington. He organized the historic march with 200,000 in attendance to hear Dr. King deliver the famous "I have a dream" speech. I wonder what the dream was for Bayard. Did he have a dream for himself? A dream for LGBTQ people? I am sure that in 2020, Dr. King would have evolved, as his family did, to defend queer folks.