I Have A Dream, August 28th, 1963

August 28, 2013
By Seth Maloney | 0 comments

It's been 50 years since Dr. Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech. 

This speech became a pivotal moment in the Civil Rights movement, and lit a fire in the hearts of millions of Americans. The legacy of civil rights is tied to this speech, and after half a century we still find ourselves fighting for equality. 

Bleach attacks on black students at the University of Texas, a culture that allowed Trayvon Martin to be killed "in self defense," and the Supreme Court's take-down of the Voting Rights Act have all shown us that this country has a long, long path in front of it. 

Take action, and stand up for this country's most vulnerable people.

Join the movement to expand Social Security for our seniors!

Demand Congress take action on the Voting Rights Act!

Categories: Voting Rights Social Security


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