"Amen, brother: enthusiastic march participants as King speaks, Washington, D.C. 1963- As King made his urgent call to the nation for action, spontaneously chanting his never-to-be-forgotten dream, his plea was answered by a rising crescendo of roars, cheers and thunderous clapping. By the power and urgency of his appeal, the mass and unity of his supporters, you just knew ÔHis truth is marching on.March on Washington August 28, 1963 "
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