Martin Luther King - "I Have A Dream" Speech

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Martin Luther King Jr. is the most important individual in the civil rights movement. He is one of the sole reasons why we enjoy the civil rights we have today.

In his battle for rights for African-Americans, he set the foundation for civil rights all around the world. And his "I have a dream speech" is arguably one of the most famous speeches of all time.

In honor of MLK Day, which is January 16, we need to remind ourselves of his speech. Just so we understand where we were, and where are we now.

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