Martin Luther King: I Have A Dream
This documentary examines the events surrounding the Civil Rights March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963, presenting Dr. Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech in its entirety. The program captures the passion and poetic eloquence that gripped the 200,000 civil rights marchers who gathered at the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on that day, and looks at how the speech helped to change the hearts and minds of a bitterly divided nation.
"The Big March" (Newsreel, 1963); "March on Washington" (1963); "The March Twenty Years Later" (1983)
|Subject||SOCIAL STUDIES, Civil Rights|
|Running Time||60 min.|
|Color or BW||In Color and Black & White|