54 Years Later, Martin Luther King’s Speech Speaks Truth in Today’s Torn Times


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Today marks the 54th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I have a dream” speech. Looking back at the values that motivated Dr. King’s leadership in the civil rights movement and struggle for jobs and justice, it’s clear that Americans are still striving to make this dream a reality.

The historic speech is believed to have been written in part at UAW headquarters, Solidarity House in Detroit, Michigan:





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