On this Day: Martin Luther King Jr. G...

On this Day: Martin Luther King Jr. Gives His I Have a Dream Speech

There are 35 comments on the www.findingdulcinea.com story from Aug 28, 2008, titled On this Day: Martin Luther King Jr. Gives His I Have a Dream Speech. In it, www.findingdulcinea.com reports that:

On Aug. 28, 1963, during a 250,000-person civil rights rally in Washington, D.C., Martin Luther King Jr.

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Huntington, IN

#23 Oct 12, 2012
There need to be more Bouth what happen after the speech

Since: Feb 08

Yamashitacho, Japan

#24 Oct 15, 2012
Japan Commemorates Martin Luther King Jr.


Japan has a national holiday commemorating the 20th birthday of Martin Luther King Jr.

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Loudon, TN

#27 May 2, 2013

Norwalk, CT

#28 May 2, 2013
How he do that he ain't goots no gray metter no more

Kenosha, WI

#29 Sep 3, 2013

Greenwood, IN

#30 Sep 4, 2013

Greenwood, IN

#31 Sep 4, 2013
yup wrote:
How he do that he ain't goots no gray metter no more

Lexington, KY

#32 Sep 4, 2013
You mean that Marchin Lootin Koon, the communist dupe of the Jews, plagiarized his "Eye Hab Uh Dreem" speech. He plagerized just about everything he wrote or said. It's fitting that any street named after him means "ghetto!"

The USA needs a race war!

Westminster, MD

#33 Sep 11, 2013
1 of da goodest speeks eva
paige leegon

Erin, TN

#34 Nov 15, 2013
i need help about knowledge about hte speech

Anchorage, AK

#35 Jan 17, 2014

Simi Valley, CA

#36 Jan 21, 2014
I think its great!!!!:)

Decatur, GA

#38 Feb 13, 2014
I have a dream speech is and a good experience for me; becuz I may be raciest some times but I know what's right

Oaxaca, Mexico

#39 Feb 13, 2014
Karen wrote:
We should all be proud that a MERE 45 years after King gave his legendary speech, we have an African American man running for president. Let's hope that Dr. King's dreams continue to manifest.
Sorry but Im still in mourning James Earl Ray didnt shoot him sooner!

Framingham, MA

#41 Apr 15, 2014
without martin luther king the people would still be ferociously discriminated and prejudice against african americans.. But thanks to him, people have mostly change but there are some who don't accept others but only accepts themselves... We need a liberator or an open mind to see all people were made equal no matter what they are to be...

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