Martin Luther King Junior Day is a day to remember the man behind the civil rights movement. The day was first observed in 1986. 25 years later, Rev. Heather Starr at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon says his legacy lives on. “There are many forms of diversity here. There’s a large Spanish speaking community that deserves out support and be treated with dignity throughout their lives and work. There’s many different class backgrounds reflected in this community. There are people with a variety of physical abilities. There’s many people here of different sexual orientations. “ Reverend Starr feels the lesson of "having a dream," is one of King's greatest legacies.