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“I Have a Dream”: A 50th Year Testament to the March that Changed America by Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Dr. Rodney Sampson, Bob Adelman, Dr. Charles Steele, Damien Conners

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The Earliest Days

The road to a cause or purpose begins with a need to fix an injustice. In a country with freedom and equality among its bywords, inequality and injustice existed nevertheless, and these wrongs would take a long time to right. For African Americans, it was a journey that had to be made—one that no one could make for them, and one that would be made against opposition, and because of opposition. It is a story in which Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) played a vital part. This is the story of that long path through destiny, through adversity, and to victory.

Somber Days for Humanity

The starkest form of injustice is the entrapment and slavery of a people. From the earliest times ...

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