Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King had used the phrase “I have a dream” in his speeches a year before the March on Washington, but his advisers disagreed with him using the same theme again. As he spoke that day, Mahalia Jackson prompted him to "tell them about the dream," and he improvised the rest of the speech.

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