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Martin Luther King Fifty Years Later

Updated on September 9, 2013

Wednesday was the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest Civil Right leaders in the World, M After 50 years his speech was as compelling as it was the day millions of people both Black and White gathered at Lincoln Memorial In Washington D C.

August/28/1963 at Lincoln Memorial Washington DC, delivering a speak that will be always remembered, it became the ideological directing the non-violent struggles for racial equality for all mankind. In front of the Lincoln Memorial thousand's sat on the grass listening, while others sat around televisions throughout America.

Martin Luther King Had A Dream:

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Had a dream that one day nations would rise up and join together. Dr. King had a dream that one day sons and daughters, of slaves could sat at the table of the white man in peace.

Dr. Martin Luther King had a dream that persons should not be judge by the color of their skin but by their character.

Dr.Martin Luther King had a dream that one day Black and white children could walk hand in hand as sisters.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most prominent religious leader that America has ever seen, his speech inspired not only American but people all over the world.

The Speech Dr. king spoke in Washington DC. 50 years ago , changed the lives of so many Afro-America, it gave us the strength and the courage to fight for our rights as Americans.


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      Maxine Daniels Foster 4 years ago from Boston MA

      After 50 years Dr. Martin Luther speech was as powerful as it was years ago. Dr. King made a change in history for the good of all man kind....Jada67