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April 05, 2008

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Charlie A. roy

Great post! The power of telling a story is a great way to make something stick.

If you like MLK's speech you'll love Bobby Kennedy's speech the day of the assassination. Unfortunately I can't find the actual television footage but the link here has the audio set to pictures. It's worth a listen as well.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=0_Vll-t0H6A

Chris

I've been to the mountain top is my favorite MLK speech. What makes it more amazing is that this is not a pre-written speech.

rm3friskerFTN

The irony of Dr King is that his fame depends in part on events decades earlier when the Union Army was PREMATURELY WITHDRAWN from their OCCUPATION of the former Confederate States of America, ending Reconstruction, leading to nearly a century of Jim Crow.

Hopefully those running for President are aware of the moral issues associated with PREMATURE WITHDRAWL from Iraq

More here ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reconstruction

Daniel Beck

I listened to the speech again on the 4th. By the end, I couldn't help tearing up.

Terri in Tokyo

thank you for this. He was a remarkable man, whose power to move us to greater heights in our society remains undiminished.

Lauren

Can someone tell me an author craft he used in it??

chi straighteners

The irony of Dr King is that his fame depends in part on events decades earlier when the Union Army was PREMATURELY WITHDRAWN from their OCCUPATION of the former Confederate States of America, en

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