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PA LGBT leader to speak at March on Washington

On Aug. 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., took to the microphone at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom to change the world with his “I Have a Dream” address. Fifty years later, activists, including a local LGBT leader, will head to D.C. to commemorate the change that has happened, and the change that still is needed, since King’s seminal speech.

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Eldest Son of Dr. MLK Visits Philadelphia As ‘I Have a Dream’ Anniversary Draws Near

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Mayor Michael Nutter joined one of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s children today at City Hall to announce that Philadelphia will join a national campaign on poverty, jobs, and education as the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington draws near.

On August 24th of this year, thousands will converge on Washington, DC to reenact the historic day that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. laid out his dream for America.

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