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And I have a dream.
-- -- have a name and I don't have -- OK okay.
The dream that was Martin Luther King's life began on January 15 1926.
He was born Michael king junior later changing it to mark.
It growing up in the south king live in a segregated world where blacks and whites lived separately king like other children attended segregated schools and he would eventually study theology.
As a young Baptist minister -- sent out to use his pulpit to take on racial segregation and discrimination.
If he would emerge in Montgomery Alabama -- on us the way.
We've provide the courage and providing the inspirational leadership.
I just wanted to -- -- we'll.
And he and beat him for the moment.
-- long ball well.
The promised land.
-- yeah we'll what I won't do the and we.
King organized the Montgomery bus boycott he would later helped found in served as the first president.
Other Southern Christian Leadership Conference essentially giving birth to the civil rights movement -- He became a national voice for equal rights and in 1963 drew thousands to march on Washington -- gave arguably the most famous address of the twentieth century.
King's I have a dream speech are Harare.
But one -- They're okay.
But on April 41968.
King was gunned down outside his hotel room.
But -- -- to this day civil rights leaders say every year king's birthday is an opportunity to see how far we've come as a nation.
And how much further -- -- is to go.
Doctor King would say.
Keep boom working people believe him people know and that every time you take -- step.
Your heart -- of the journey.
That's the kind of wrong.
Time for assessment -- to look at moment freedom which all of us have them but equality.
-- -- not have now I was blessed to have him.
And left for a -- And maybe how he spent it should be.
Assigned to us how we don't -- honoring his birth date.
Working still alive today.
Many say he'd still be yet his life's work.
Okay -- -- okay.
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