"I Have a Dream" speech.
August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King delivered a profound message on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. He had a dream, a dream that one day blacks would not be looked upon as Negros or coloreds, but as Americans.
King was on a mission, a mission for social, political, and economic equality. Despite the long way the blacks had already come, King was still not yet satisfied, and he would never be as long as "the Negro is the victim of police brutality" or "the Negro cannot vote nor has no reason to vote." He won't be satisfied until" justice rolls down like waters and righteousness like a…
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