I Have a Dream: Martin Luther King and the Fight for Equal Rights
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Marking the 50th anniversary of the march on Washington in 1963, this book tells the inspirational story of one of the great campaigners in history.
Look at Dr King’s remarkable leadership and campaigning of non-violent efforts to overcome appalling institutionalised racism and prejudice.
In a graphic, magazine-style format, follow the story of King’s life from his childhood in Atlanta to the march on Washington of 1963, and his assassination in 1968, and look at the legacy of his leadership that lives on today.
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