Author Michael Eric Dyson reflects on the “I Have a Dream” speech saying, Martin Luther King, Jr. is often “celebrated for the end of that speech, but few people remember the beginning of that speech” that railed against specific injustices before he improvised the inspirational final words.   (Image via usnews.com)

Author Michael Eric Dyson reflects on the “I Have a Dream” speech saying, Martin Luther King, Jr. is often “celebrated for the end of that speech, but few people remember the beginning of that speech” that railed against specific injustices before he improvised the inspirational final words.   (Image via usnews.com)

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