Objects & Places from I Have a Dream: Writings and Speeches That Changed the World

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The Southern Christian Leadership Conference - This is the organization to which Dr. King was elected president.

Montgomery Bus Company - This is the organization whose segregationist policies led to the initial steps of civil rights protests.

Stride Toward Freedom: The Montgomery Story - This object describes a bus boycott.

Ebenezer Baptist Church - This is the place where both Dr. Martin Luther King, Sr., and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., worked.

The Student Non-Violent Coordination Committee - This program helped coordinate protests in 1960.

Letter from a Birmingham Jail - This object was a response to criticism received because of nonviolent protests.

Lincoln Memorial - This is the place of the "I Have a Dream" speech in 1963.

Nobel Peace Prize - Dr. King received this award in 1964.

Vietnam War - This is described by Dr. King as an ironic situation since it was the one place where...

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