I Have a Dream (PDF)
The famous speech delivered in 1963 to more than 200,000 civil-rights marchers at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
"I still have a dream" MP3 (1:03)
"Let freedom ring" MP3 (1:20)
King gave this speech, saying "I may not get there with you," the day before he was assassinated.
"We will get to the promised land" MP3 (:56)
King felt compelled to respond to those who would advise African Americans to wait patiently for justice. He outlines the reasons for his peaceful approach in this 1963 letter.
King used his 1964 speech, given in Oslo, Norway, as a reminder of the ongoing struggle.
In 1967, a group of students in Philadelphia listened to King talk about his hopes for them.
King's article in the Morehouse student paper, the Maroon Tiger, in 1947, argues that the critical intellect requires moral development.
Example of a sermon:
King preaches to congregants in 1967 about a life of length, breadth and depth.
In this chapter of his last book, King wrote about the need to address poverty as an issue of class, not race.
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