I Have a Dream
The illustrated edition of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.s' monumental "I Have a Dream" Speech, now in paperback.
On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered a speech that moved and inspired America. Here, in its entirety, is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s visionary speech, with a foreword by the late Coretta Scott King and paintings by l5 Coretta Scott King Award and Honor Book Artists.
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acrylics AFRICAN American Alabama AMERICA HAS DEFAULTED ASHLEY BRYAN Atlanta August 28 BRIAN PINKNEY CAROLE BYARD Civil Rights Movement color Coretta Scott King CREATIVE SUFFERING day this nation DAYBREAK TO END DEMONSTRATION FOR FREEDOM DIANE DILLON DREAM TODAY Emancipation Proclamation END THE LONG faith FLOYD COOPER FORCE WITH SOUL former slaves FREE AT LAST GEORGE FORD Georgia go back God's children GREATEST DEMONSTRATION HONOR BOOK ARTISTS hope hundred years later JAN SPIVEY GILCHRIST JERRY PINKNEY JOYOUS DAYBREAK Jr.'s dream King's words LEO AND DIANE Let freedom ring lives LONG NIGHT March on Washington Martin Luther King Medium MEETING PHYSICAL FORCE Mississippi nation will rise Negro never be satisfied nonviolence painting PATH OF RACIAL Pencil police brutality satisfied as long Scott King Award soul force speech SUNLIT PATH sweltering TABLE OF BROTHERHOOD TEREA SHAFFER THANK GOD ALMIGHTY true meaning UNSPEAKABLE HORRORS VETERANS OF CREATIVE watercolor WHIRLWINDS OF REVOLT WIL CLAY