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Lunchtime listen: Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech

Tomorrow (August 28) is the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s famous [w:I Have a Dream] speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the [w:March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom]. It was a defining and high-water moment for the civil rights movement and one of the greatest speeches in American history. Please take a few minutes to watch (and/or read) King’s famous speech. It’s a great reminder of the better angels in each of us.


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