January 19, 2010

Martin Luther King Jr.: I have a dream

About this talk

1963. Atop the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr. stood before 200,000 supporters to call for racial equality, in what would become the defining moment of the African-American civil rights movement -- and a turning point in human history.

About Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

One of history's most iconic activists and orators, Martin Luther King Jr. led the non-violent civil rights movement that brought racial segregation in the United States to an end. Full bio and more links

America has given the Negro people a bad Check...one marked 'insufficient funds'. Vale MLK 'Sleep, sleep tonight. And may your dreams be realized.''

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