Tag Archives: I Have a Dream Speech

▶VOA News: Video: The King Legacy, Marching Forward

▶ The King Legacy – Marching Forward – YouTube. I love these films about the March on Washington and being able to see what freedom marchers of this period went through. From the people themselves and being able to hear … Continue reading

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▶You Hot News: Video: President Obama Speech at 50th Anniversary of March on Washington: Pays Tribute to MLK

▶ FULL: President Obama Speech at 50th Anniversary of March on Washington, Pays Tribute to MLK – YouTube. Fifty years ago today African-Americans and other Americans came to Washington the capital of the free world. Where Americans have been sent … Continue reading

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▶VOA News: Video: Deborah Block: Young People Look at the Legacy of Civil Rights Leader Martin Luther King, Jr

▶ Young People Look at the Legacy of Civil Rights Leader Martin Luther King, Jr – YouTube. America has come a long way in the last fifty years as far as how we look at other Americans. Especially from a … Continue reading

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ABC News: This Week Roundtable- ‘Remembering Martin Luther King Jr’s Dream’

“The “This Week” roundtable discusses the March on Washington’s 50th anniversary.” From ABC News The March on Washington is the most important part of the American civil rights movement

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▶AP: Raw Video: Voices Heard at the Lincoln Memorial

▶ Raw: Voices Heard at the Lincoln Memorial – YouTube. I love Representative John Lewis I could listen to him until hell freezes over

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C-SPAN: Clarence Jones- Martin Luther King’s I Have a Dream” Speech

Source: C-SPAN: Clarence Jones- Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” Speech The I have a Dream speech was a vision for how all Americans should be treated in the United States. Which was equally and be judged by the content … Continue reading

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