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Martin Luther King Jr.’s Dream Celebrates 50th Anniversary! Watch Historic Speech Here!

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On August 28, 1963, a "dream sequence" captivated the world. 50 years later, one man and his dream still live on.

Some would argue that Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream remains unfinished, but in spite of that, we choose to look ahead and see a bright, glorious future, just as Dr. King did while speaking to over 200,000 people in front of the Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington.

There are things in life that we know will always endure, and this momentous, powerful speech will do just that.

Ch-ch-check out the video (above) and take a moment to reflect on how far we've come in half a century- and how much farther we have to go.

This is one dream that humanity can never, and will never give up on.

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4 comments to “Martin Luther King Jr.’s Dream Celebrates 50th Anniversary! Watch Historic Speech Here!”



  1. 1

    If I want to watch this, and I don't, I'll go to a credible news site, not the hack job site of an idiot glitter gay. MLK Jr. wasn't talking about homos in his speech, you dumb shit. I know you queers would like to corrupt his message to include yourselves, but MLK Jr. was a product of his time, and he is highly unlikely to have embraced you deviants as normal. His kids may say otherwise, but they didn't know the man, so they can't give an accurate opinion about something he probably never discussed with them.

  2. Dee Dee Heller says – reply to this


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    Re Truthinator
    I beg to differ
    If, and when the MLK FBI files are opened, we will see that he was sexually involved with both boys, and girls

  3. NoblePeace says – reply to this


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    How ironic, am I reading that the only two post are those of small brains(haters)?
    Thanks Perez. Although, I do not believe in alternative life styles, I do not believe in hating someone for it. This is my belief. I am not going to hate someone based on Sexual Gender, Race, Culture, etc.
    Thanks for the post. Stop the Hate.
    Regarding MLK Jr’s preference to kids. How sick are you? I guess the D is for Dumb and Disgusting. Read a book. Please stop the ignorance.



  4. 4

    I can still remember watching him on TV and know some people who did the Freedom Rider thing. I did not have the money to do that, so I spent my time protesting the Vietnam War in the 60's.