Part 1: A march, a dream, a spark

  • Article by: KIM ODE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 5, 2013 - 12:35 PM

Light a firecracker, and the fuse ignites with a burst of sparks. 1963 was like that.

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ubetcha101Aug. 24, 13 8:26 PM

Great man, wish we had some more leaders like dr king.

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FrankieAug. 25, 13 2:27 PM

ubetcha101 You are right, but you forgot to mention that he was a Republican,. All them Jim Crow Laws were by Democrats. The Democrats never mention that Senator Robert Byrd, Democrat, was a former of the KKK. Study the history of the raceisum in the south and you will find out that it was the Democrats. Thank God that good Republicans like Dr. Martin Luthern King had the guts to go forward.

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elaineitoAug. 25, 13 7:26 PM

Frankie - Lincoln was a republican too. Both parties have histories that seem contradictory today. King was a brave man and a visionary who changed the world we live in. I don't really care what party he belonged to.

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