jueves, 5 de abril de 2012

I still have a dream

Due to the Easter holidays this year we have not been able to reflect on the anniversary of Martin Luther King's assassination on 4 April 1968. He was a preacher and a fighter for African-American civil rights in the USA, where there was still racial segregation and discrimination. He got the Nobel Peace Prize for his activities in 1964 (the youngest person to receive that prize until then), and was murdered in 1968 when he was protesting against poverty and the Vietnam war.

There is another post about him on this blog. I am linking again to his famous "I Have a Dream" speech, this time subtitled. If you click on the Martin Luther King tag on the left, you can read the old post, too.

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