Martin Luther King, Jr: I Have A Dream

Martin Luther King, Jr: I Have A Dream
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Beautiful.

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Audra

Everyone needs to watch this to be reminded of the sacrifice and integrity of MLK Jr, but also of the American people and how they organized together to strive to make a dream a reality.

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