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Mahalia Jackson shouted mid-speech, “Tell them about the dream, Martin!” and the rest is history
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  4. Dr. Martin Luther King's 'I Have a Dream' speech: Full text - AOL News
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Thanks to the efforts of veteran organizer Bayard Rustin, the logistics of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom came together by the summer of Scheduled for August 28, the event was to consist of a mile-long march from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial, in honor of the president who had signed the Emancipation Proclamation a century earlier, and would feature a series of prominent speakers. Its stated goals included demands for desegregated public accommodations and public schools, redress of violations of constitutional rights and an expansive federal works program to train employees.

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Henry's Dream

In preparation for his turn at the event, King solicited contributions from colleagues and incorporated successful elements from previous speeches. Along with notable speeches by Randolph and Lewis, the audience was treated to performances by folk luminaries Bob Dylan and Joan Baez and gospel favorite Mahalia Jackson.

Toward the end, with television cameras beaming his image to a national audience, King began his speech slowly but soon showed his gift for weaving recognizable references to the Bible, the U. Constitution and other universal themes into his oratory. Let us not wallow in the valley of despair. Free at last!

I Have A Dream

Thank God Almighty, we are free at last! Just three weeks after the march, King returned to the difficult realities of the struggle by eulogizing three of the girls killed in the bombing of Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham. Still, his televised triumph at the feet of Lincoln brought favorable exposure to his movement, and eventually helped secure the passage of the landmark Civil Rights Act of The following year, after the violent Selma to Montgomery march in Alabama, African Americans secured another victory with the Voting Rights Act of Over the final years of his life, King continued to spearhead campaigns for change even as he faced challenges by increasingly radical factions of the movement he helped popularize.

The Library of Congress added the speech to the National Recording Registry in , and the following year the National Park Service dedicated an inscribed marble slab to mark the spot where King stood that day. The Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute. March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. National Park Service. JFK, A. Philip Randolph and the March on Washington. The White House Historical Association. The Lasting Power of Dr. The New York Times. But if you see something that doesn't look right, click here to contact us!

10 fascinating facts about the “I Have A Dream” speech

Subscribe for fascinating stories connecting the past to the present. On August 28, , while visiting family in Money, Mississippi, year-old Emmett Till was brutally beaten and lynched, just days after he allegedly whistled at a white woman in a local store. Biden: You try to take this torch from my cold dead hands.

The Misremembering of ‘I Have a Dream’

James Zogby:. Binyamin Appelbaum:. Erin Ryan:. Mayor Pete is good but I wonder if his affect is inherently limiting his appeal to the college educated. The audience is making this significantly worse, as they do in every single debate, and nothing ever changes.

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Can anyone really believe that as a great Country, we are not able the ask whether or not someone is a Citizen. Only in America! Already a subscriber? Log in or link your magazine subscription. Account Profile. Sign Out. King at the March on Washington, August 28,