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WAP63082803 - 16 JANUARY 1999 - WASHINGTON, DC, USA: The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. delivers his famed "I Have Dream" speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, August 28, 1963. The speech galvanized the nation's civil rights movements and led to the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the 1965 Voting Rights Act and the 1968 Fair Housing Act. cc/sp/files UPI
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WAP63082802 - 16 JANUARY 1999 - WASHINGTON, DC, USA: The Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. waves to the assembled crowd during the march on Washington August 28, 1963. Speaking from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial,. King rallied the nation's civil rights movements with his impassioned "I have a Dream" speech. cc/sp/files UPI
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WAP63082804 - 16 JANUARY 1999 - WASHINGTON, DC, USA: The leaders of the March on Washington lock arms as they lead the way along Constitution Avenue in this August 28,1963 photo. The march gave immense impetus to the nation's civil rights movement and led to the passage of improtant new laws aimed at aiding black Americans. The Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. is at center, seventh from right. At extreme right is A. Philip Randolph, the march director. Alongside Randolph is Roy Wilkins, executive secretary of the NAACP. cc/sp/files UPI
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WAP63082801 - 16 JANUARY 1999 - WASHINGTON, DC, USA: The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. delivers his famed "I Have Dream" speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, August 28, 1963. The speech galvanized the nation's civil rights movements and led to the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the 1965 Voting Rights Act and the 1968 Fair Housing Act. cc/sp/files UPI
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The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s March on Washington.WAP63082804 - 16 JANUARY 1999 - WASHINGTON, DC, USA: The leaders of the March on Washington lock arms as they lead the way along Constitution Avenue in this August 28,1963 photo. The march gave immense impetus to the nation's civil rights movement and led to the passage of improtant new laws aimed at aiding black Americans. The Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. is at center, seventh from right. At extreme right is A. Philip Randolph, the march director. Alongside Randolph is Roy Wilkins, executive secretary of the NAACP. (UPI Photo)
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Joseph Lowrey of the SCLC and Coretta Scott King, widow of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., speak at a church about martin Luther King's legacy and the needs for today and the future on July 7, 1983.
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WASHINGTON, DC, USA: With a portrait of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. behind them, Mrs. Effie Barry, wife of the then mayor of D.C., and public school student Jonathan Schwartz participate in a ceremony at the Lincoln Memorial, January 15, 1987. The ceremony marked the 58th anniversary of King's death. (UPI Photo/Files)
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