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Martin Luther King Jr. Speeches Move the Web

by Claudine Zap

Martin Luther King Jr., the slain civil rights leader, is honored with a federal holiday on Monday, January 16. Along with working to integrate the country’s buses, schools, and lunch counters through nonviolent protest, the reverend inspired with his words.

Searches on his most well-known speech, “I Have a Dream,” have surged in the last week.

The speech certainly deserves the recognition it receives: The talk was delivered from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the 1963 March on Washington, and was considered a turning point in the civil rights movement. The mesmerizing, repetitive “I Have a Dream”

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