As we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, we also acknowledge the significance of the "I Have A Dream" speech by Dr. Martin L...
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — In the more than four decades since the Rev. Martin Luther King was assassinated on the balcony of Memphis' Lorraine Motel, abo...
Dr. King would have been among the first to publicly support "Occupy Wall Street." He would not have waited to gauge public opinion as to whether it was "politically" right or appropriate to embrace and support its objectives.
The illustrious audience received I Dream in the spirit in which it was presented: as a fresh twist on an old story.
Acting as our own lawyers in court, we aimed to defend a population that finds little voice in our society at all, and to bring a sort of prosecution against their persecutors.
Generations of Americans have heard the cries for change and it's been a long journey by many who have brought justice to the doors of our government on this momentous occasion.
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