Maybe MLK was atop Stone Mountain in Georgia, watching the dramatic events unfold yesterday as millions of Georgia voters exercised their right to vote and elected a pastor from his church in Atlanta to the U.S. Senate, the first African American since Reconstruction. Likely elected as well was a Jewish American who will be the youngest member of the Senate. No doubt a memorable day that changes the trajectory of politics, enlarging the doable and possible in the year/years to come. Once again the African America people were at the forefront of an expansive and united democratic minded coalition that made the future more promising.