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And out special look at that civil rights movement from Fox News contributor Juan Williams and -- two's fun.
Just days after memorial to Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr.
was officially dedicated here in Washington.
The William Stanley retraces -- stepped to the day he led the march on Washington.
Probably just -- -- today and -- -- You have jealous that there.
So the reason I came over -- -- part of the world today.
There's that I wanted to start this trip down to the king memorial.
Where Doctor King started.
The -- there he gave his I have a dream speech.
And he's not experienced that -- effective everybody's this that the guy who.
He comes -- he's telling jokes he's laughing.
-- -- -- Crede in the -- and that but do you think that it hasn't been like coming in and -- and -- about to give -- -- and what's going through his mind it is preparing but then also trying to drive people down there and let people know what that is something that the world.
The funny part about it is.
Because he came to Washington so frequently but people who don't -- it's.
Not like heat comes in like movies.
He comes to life regularly at the Florida and it.
You've got being.
Three thinking about the speech.
You know it's got to be spent a lot of people -- Right at the same time.
His brain knows from big.
Think you realize how big of what was going to be beforehand.
-- always they work hard to make it happen member of the government didn't want.
MarketWatch were afraid up there's -- there's going to be.
Hear what else about that -- to school.
Or strange the competition among.
People who speak they didn't want to get king's prime spots feet from the agents and -- Thinking that the TV networks at all because.
-- -- but.
-- -- -- last.
And it he can wait and runs waiting to hear from back -- What's hard for me.
To get across to the two -- you.
Is what it's different where you live in the.
No one I grew up -- I grew up in a world it was being changed by Doctor -- But for you you grew up in the world it's -- -- big change.
So far removed for me to imagine that this country that I grew up right at the plate that Ido it's those delegates for the elite about a book I never experienced that never really in the -- and Doctor King here in the morning.
You've got a copy of the Washington Post there's nobody black writing in the Washington Post and my life.
I become the White House correspondent.
-- -- Use the neon TV it's not like oh my -- can provide -- it is like there's my dad.
For him it would it would have been there are no black people if I turn on the T.
Certainly not talking politics.
I don't get told no because the more well I hope not but I think you -- that's the thing do you realize.
We -- means you're probably side.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- When you have to overcome things when you have to overcome in order to achieve does -- make you stronger I think.
-- -- -- It's like you know it.
Where my mom I think everybody.
You have to be twice -- -- In order to get passes for a and.
-- -- -- -- Is within the last thing I want introduced into this for Santonio.
And it's as rapid as graduate from cops.
Right personally but I we're we're going back to king memorial.
And I just thought you know I know somebody who knew that came back and introduce them to the man who knew me.
But we're relied -- -- you're actually involved in helping him hit that on the street.
Well we had worked on the speech we.
New York and here.
It got him to be limited to ten minutes and they -- their time -- to canceled.
All that he meant the world at that moment really in ten minutes.
We sit in my mind these facets -- it behind you that -- experienced is due back.
And when behaved actually got to see how I got over there on the other restaurants are they went eighteen years.
With the greatest speech.
About time you look you heard it right -- -- honestly.
I was on the -- but exhausted the path path because the night before.
Actually he's 66000.
Dollars thought about because just think it's -- -- -- -- -- Somebody and -- to cut the wire cut the -- sets and only the US.
Signal -- completed back together.
And they did it Canadian FAS Bobby Kennedy and it won't -- already stated that we put on the positive and if we don't have that thing going at new.
We have 2000 people here who can't he says -- -- trouble and it's going to be troubles throughout I don't worry it'll lead to a -- And -- -- I couldn't do it but I watched him work and at twelve noon.
I had to benefit testing water we're.
And what was it like Lou as you walk -- 2000 crumble into the Europe or mystery to you right there behind.
-- was that.
It was like.
The children into coming across the -- And when I saw America black and white -- rounding up against a huge together.
Even with all the pretty.
All of the anxiety.
But I do.
What do you think from your angle -- 88.
Eight here 78 that didn't have -- right away you're looking great that's because they -- -- -- physically but mentally we get Florida street pick -- up.
And this -- an executive for a big company has got this kind of a thing if the ground.
-- what do you think when you look at -- yet.
Would you or -- -- to do it because I remember.
That we can't.
Maybe he put it best when he said that.
When these days that it report -- That these erratic you know you're dishonest about worn in Houston with somebody you've got -- beloved.
No he loved me and I just thought of them as young man to touch you.
It's the first part of him so I was now we're -- down and take a look at some more of -- first on the board president.
You know -- most.
Right to have you take a moment -- -- -- that I appreciate it forces hello thank you for you.
I would thank you put.
-- -- -- And.
-- -- OK guys here we are we made it.
This -- memorial and the idea is.
That this with a mountain of despair going back to that time that I was telling you about it.
Legal segregation that was born out of slavery in this country and the mountain -- And then we start to move.
And -- king spoke about out of that mountain of despair.
Comes with civil rights movement that produces this doughnut hole.
Coming out of that as literally the personification.
Of movement of people.
Ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
But I think as people as black people he won't -- -- I just wouldn't be mean without him and you couldn't meet my -- you couldn't you.
Well for me it's always been that part of the king is the symbol to civil rights movement and he is the one factor other human being taught school you can mark.
Did the right there but it's only until recently arrived -- -- -- -- study that I realized.
-- -- -- with a solid more around him you know but I think if you guys you never had to -- that would listen I think you're free in a way that you can't believe.
-- -- Back at the start of the twentieth century.
This moment play a different country today than it was back and it's really because of the civil rights than any -- -- McCain has done.
And we recognize that but I don't think people understand and I think it's possible it.
He's Nobel Peace Prize -- he's bigger even man.
Experience we as black American to head with him he's a -- to the -- to the look you know I did.
Who -- political sort on Doctor King report came down here and -- interesting thing on the Wikipedia is.
He's the second most recognizable American I'm thinking yeah.
That's pretty cool.
You know it's funny to me from -- aren't -- young people especially young black and I think king with sort of milk -- -- acceptable to -- -- everybody praises him.
There -- realized.
What the change agent how radical how he was that appealing -- conscience of you know all people.
In the name of god going to be people who have a but the standout forward and give his life works -- his.
It touches my heart.
-- guys I appreciate you get down here.
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