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"I Have A Dream" - MLK jr.

Almost 50 Years later and these words still weigh in with substantial importance.


Added: Oct-16-2011 Occurred On: Aug-28-1963
By: BlackJackBob
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Tags: Civil Rights, Racism, Intolerance, American Dream, Martin Luther King jr.
Location: Washington, District of Columbia, United States (load item map)
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  • Glad I wasn't around back then... race riots, communism in the streets, pointless foreign wars...oh wait

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  • MLK Jr. had to be one of the greatest orators who ever lived. He had an extraordinary timbre to his voice that could literally evoke an emotional response from the listeners not unlike special effects in a movie evoke emotional responses from the views. Although MLK Jr. talent was much rarer and more refined. What an amazing talent he was.

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    • @Amusing

      Sadly the blacks have missed their opportunity and they don't even know it. The political and PC world has bent over backwards for them but it is still not enough.

      Hispanics are now over 50 million strong and growing fast. 50% population growth in the last decade. The projection for 2050 is hispanics will be the majority. Sadly blacks abort their children and kill each other faster faster each year. Within 1 to 2 years, Hispanics will get all the attention from our politicians, th More..

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  • I sure his dream didn't have visions of the way too many black prople are behaving today. I say too many only because the majority isn't at fault. However, we're almost there.

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