Martin Luther King Junior's "I Have A Dream" speech has had an impact on the nation ever since the day it was presented. Millions remember King now as an influential man who has greatly affected segregation and racism for many years.
On August 28 1963, a gathering of men and women of all ages and races gathered together to hear Martin Luther King Junior's speech in Washington during the Jobs and Freedoms march.
Martin started off by capturing the audiences' hearts and by saying things such as " One hundred years later the life of the Negro is still badly crippled by by the manacles of segregation and the chains of discrimination.".
About 300,000 people attended the speech that day and nearly