The Power of Words

Hello everyone!

This week in my course on American Nationalism, we’re discussing nationalism and the 1960s Civil Rights Movement. For class, we’ve had to read and listen to Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” Speech and read his “Letter from Birmingham Jail.” While I’m working on so many different things for this week and trying to stay on top of my work, I found myself stopping everything when I began listening to the video of King reading his most famous speech in Washington. I hope that you watch this video and get as much from it as I did.

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