Martin Luther King, “I have a dream.” When Hollywood attended the March on Washington (1963)

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  1. Heather in Arles
    January 20, 2014

    Am I the only one that is confused by Charlton Heston’s presence? Thank you for the link, Ms. V.

    • January 20, 2014

      He was politically active. In the beginning he tended towards Democratic causes, later in life he became conservative. I have to add that he was married to the same person his whole life and his kids turned out a-okay. On set he was professional, funny, and fatherly. A good egg.

      • Heather in Arles
        January 21, 2014

        Thank you for that, Ms V and bad on me for being so judgemental. Quite inappropriate especially on that holiday.

      • January 22, 2018

        Despite his later in life shift I always loved him. He was so rock solid. Some of my favorites films were The President’s Lady, Ruby, Ben-Hur…and … “Moses, Moses you stubborn adorable fool.”

    • January 21, 2014

      No, I am surprised too! But am enjoying Vickie’s response to your question.

  2. George Kaplan
    January 20, 2014

    The most obvious of observations: A Great Man, and a Great Oratory.

    • January 20, 2014

      And changed the course of history for the better of all… a great man.

  3. January 20, 2014

    Photos are a great slice from history.Never seen any of them before either.

  4. January 15, 2018

    I shared on fb today that I substituted in an elementary classroom last Friday. I mentioned to the students about no school on Monday(today) and most of them forgot that Monday was MLK Jr Day. Some of them asked me who he was. I was surprised that their regular classroom teacher hadn’t mentioned it to them(perhaps she had and the non-paying attention students were the ones telling me this info) so I found a good video for them to watch on Youtube, made by Kid President, about MLK Jr.

  5. January 22, 2018

    I loved this post Sis! xoxo

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