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Commemorating 50 Years of "I Have a Dream".

August 1963 - The Civil Rights march on Washington, D. for Jobs and Freedom culminates with Dr. Martin Luther King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Over people participated in the march for equal rights.

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"We march for integrated schools now!" "We demand an end to bias now!" African-Americans carrying signs for equal rights, integrated schools, decent housing and an end to bias during the 1963 March on Washington.

Birmingham, 1963

Uncredited Photographer Old Civil Rights Demonstrator is Attacked by Cops and Police Dogs, Birmingham, Alabama 1963

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. & Rosa Parks, David Boston.

declared, "I Have a Dream," to a crowd of people—including Rosa Parks—at Cobo Hall in Detroit, in a speech that forecast his most famous speech two months later at the March on Washington.

Martin Luther King Jr. Photo Gallery: Martin Luther King Jr.'s casket being carried through streets on a mule-drawn wagon in Atlanta, April 9th, 1968.

s casket being carried through streets on a mule-drawn wagon in Atlanta, April

<b>While best known for his "I Have a Dream" speech, King's legacy included much more than that.</b>

17 Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes You Never Hear

<b>While best known for his "I Have a Dream" speech, King& legacy included much more than that.

Amazing Photos From The 1963 March On Washington The March on Washington was 50 years ago this week

23 Amazing Photos From The 1963 March On Washington

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School Segregation Protestors Archival Photo Poster

Here are a group of African Americans protesting of how the board of education is set up. They are going against how their children are being treated in school.

A photograph of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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August 1965 ~ President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Voting Rights Act of 1965 into law. and Rosa Parks in this picture. On June the Supreme Court effectively stripped the teeth from the law.

Harry, Martin and Sammy

, theater and film producer Hillard Elkins and Sammy Davis Jr. in April 1965 at “Broadway Answers Selma,” a show Mr. Hillard produced to raise money for Dr.

A woman carrying a crate of turnip greens balanced on her head, walks on the sidewalk during the Montgomery Bus Boycott, December 1, 1955, Alabama - The Montgomery Bus Boycott, a seminal event in the U.S. civil rights movement, was a political and social protest campaign against the policy of racial segregation on the public transit system of Montgomery, Alabama. The campaign lasted from December 1, 1955

Forgotten Photographs of the Civil Rights Struggle - The Daily Beast Woman boycotting Montgomery buses Montgomery, Alabama, December 1955 Photograph by Don Cravens

The War After D-Day: Deeper Into Hell

The War After D-Day: Deeper Into Hell

Born at noon on Tuesday, January 15, 1929 at the family home in Atlanta, Martin Luther King, Jr. was the first son and second child born to the Reverend Martin Luther King, Sr. and Alberta Williams King.

Birth & Family Born at noon on Tuesday, January 1929 at the family home in Atlanta, Martin Luther King, Jr. was the first son and second child born to the Reverend Martin Luther King, Sr. and Alberta Williams King

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