Historical context[ edit ] Title page of a comedy by Spanish playwright Lope de Vega Catholic Spain was the most powerful European nation by the 16th century. It saw the birth of notable works of art: Don Quixoteby Miguel de Cervantesplayed with the vague line between reality and perception. They arrive at a tower, where they find Segismundo imprisoned, bound in chains.
The highlight of that day in was Dr. Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech. CBS News special correspondent James Brown has the story of a man who not only witnessed history but walked away with a piece of it as well: Fifty years ago, George Raveling was a year-old former college basketball star who was not only one of a quarter-million people to witness Martin Luther King's historic "I Have a Dream" speech - as a last-minute volunteer, he had a coveted spot near the podium.
King," Raveling told Brown. And I said, 'Dr. King, can I have that copy of the speech? Just as he did, a rabbi on the other side came up to congratulate him, and it was over. And - and it happened that quick.
It all happened by chance -- the result of a dinner conversation at the home of a friend a few days before the march. And so when dinner was done, we went into the family room to watch the evening news, and the news was primarily dominated with this forthcoming march on Washington.
Wilson asked us if we were going to go, and we said 'no'. He said, 'I think it's really important that you go down and be part of this movement. Raveling recalled, "We got down to the monument grounds, and we parked, and we're walking around, and we ran into a gentleman.
And he asked us if we were coming to the march, and we said 'yes'. And he said, 'Would you be interested in volunteering? Tens of thousands descended on the Mall. Reflective pool, you couldn't even see the grass," he said. Beginning at 9 a. Finally, by late afternoon, the last speaker was announced: Martin Luther King Jr.
King spoke that day signaled a turning point in American history, but as for the three pages they were written on, Raveling simply tucked them away in an autobiography of Harry Truman and forgot about it.
But it hadn't taken on the historical significance that it had now, or I certainly would have gone back and make sure I still had it, and put it in a safe place. And so he got all excited, he said, 'Well, where is it?
After the article was published, with a picture of Raveling standing next to King, the reporter framed the speech for Raveling as a gift.Despite the evident fall of rightwing zealot Steve Bannon, Wisconsin still has two Republican candidates who were sleazy enough to receive Bannon’s personal endorsement: Kevin Nicholson—a candidate for the Republican nomination to oppose.
The Dream Lives On 15min | Documentary, Short, History | 15 January (USA) A bunch of kids, ages five through fifteen, take on the words of Martin Luther King's 'I Have A Dream .
"I have a dream that enough is enough." Yolanda Renee Scott, the granddaughter of Martin Luther King, Jr., surprised March for Our Lives protesters with a speech Saturday.
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