Martin Luther King, Jr.: I Have a Dream Speech (1963)

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CESSqc on Dec 16, 2010

I HAVE A DREAM – Description written and dedicated by RK Hendrick

There are brilliant moments in human history and magical moments in our lives, when our perception of the world is crystal clear and “time” itself seems to stand still! When these events occur, we remember exactly where we were and what was transpiring around us!

On Wednesday, August 28, 1963, at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C., Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. created an electrifying and spectacular moment in human history when he delivered his internationally famous “I Have a Dream” speech. Considered to be the best speech of the 20th century, it echoed throughout the entire world and continues to reverberate through time and the soul of humanity today!

Martin Luther King, Jr.: I Have a Dream Speech (1963)

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see

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr: I Have Been to the Mountain Top + MLK, in His Own Words

Martin Luther King Jr. as Pastor (2006)

Martin Luther King Jr. on The Mike Douglas Show (1967)

Martin Luther King Jr.: Organized Non-violent resistance is the most powerful weapon (1957)

Martin Luther King, Jr.: “I Have a Dream…to Go to War?!”

Beyond Vietnam – A Time to Break Silence By Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1967)

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