Not only was Dr. King a father and husband, but he was also one of our nation’s most beloved Civil Rights leaders. He dedicated his life to fighting for equality and delivered the iconic “I Have A Dream” speech during the March on Washington on August 28th, 1963—undoubtedly one of the most pivotal moments in American history.
With Atlanta being his birthplace and the home of historical landmarks and museums that commemorate his life’s work, the Dish Nationhosts are paying homage to his legacy, which is as relevant today as it was decades ago with the Black Lives Matter movement, the recent racial climate, and continued fight for equality.
Watch below as Headkrack takes it to the streets to find out what his “I Have A Dream” speech means to our hosts and bright young students!
See below for some of Dr. King’s most impactful speeches.