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  • Queen Latifah

    50 years ago today, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream that has inspired many. How does he continue to inspire you?

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    Today we honor and celebrate the life and achievements of one of the most influential civil rights leaders this country has ever known, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. How will you serve others today? #MLK #MartinLutherKing #dayofservice

  • Natalie Luck

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

  • 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.

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