Speech at the Great March on Detroit by Martin Luther King
23 June 1963
During the Great March on Detroit, Martin Luther Kings speaks about how the Negroes have started to change the way they think about themselves. As they hold on to their new-found sense of dignity and pride, Martin Luther King expresses his dreams about freedom and equality among the white and black people.
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