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      Today we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and the justice and equality he fought to bring to our nation and people. Please take a moment to reflect on the significance of his contributions to society. In observance of MLK Day - 2013.

    • Al Simmons

      48 years ago today Martin Luther King Jr. gave his inspiring and historic "I Have A Dream" speech in Washington with thousands in attendance.

    • ILoveLucy

      History today August 28, 1963: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Civil Rights March on Washington where he delivered his famous "I Have A Dream" Speech.

    • Dawn Hedrick

      History In Pictures ‏@History In Pics 28 Aug 50 years ago today, Martin Luther King, Jr. gives his now famous "I Have a Dream" speech to 250,000 people in D.C.

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