More Inspiration From Martin Luther King, Jr.

More Inspiration From Martin Luther King, Jr. April 1, 2019

Excerpts from King’s “I Have a Dream” Speech, at the Lincoln Memorial, Aug. 28, 1963. He was 34 years-old.

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A Sermon for Martin Luther King Jr., on the Anniversary of His Murder

On the night King was killed, April 4, 1968, Robert Kennedy spontaneously delivered a touching speech. This was just 24 hours after King’s Mountain Top speech and four months before Kennedy was murdered.

This eBook traces King’s life from his early days, to his last hours. Click the cover to learn more.

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