Here’s Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘I Have Dream’ Speech in Its Entirety

On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered one of the most important speeches in modern history. The 17 minutes that he took to the podium during the March on Washington would go on to change the course of American history, and continues to inspire advocates of justice, human rights and racial reconciliation to this day. Watching the speech is a powerful reminder of why Dr. King’s legacy as a civil rights icon and social justice leader must never be forgotten,

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Paul Sohn

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Paul Sohn commented…

Thanks for sharing this piece. I'd also like to share a lesser known yet powerful message Dr. King shared six months before he was assassinated , In just 563 words, delivered at Barratt Junior High School in Philadelphia, Dr. King suggests what it takes to live a meaning life. I shared his ideas here: http://bit.ly/17YIepc

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Paul Sohn

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Paul Sohn commented…

Thanks for sharing this piece. I'd also like to share a lesser known yet powerful message Dr. King shared six months before he was assassinated , In just 563 words, delivered at Barratt Junior High School in Philadelphia, Dr. King suggests what it takes to live a meaning life. I shared his ideas here: http://bit.ly/17YIepc

Joe Olachea III

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Joe Olachea III commented…

It seems that Martin Luther King, Jr. had a handle on "the Gospel" more than many do today. Thanks for sharing this!

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