50 Years After MLK’s Iconic Speech, We’d Probably Get Sued If We Played It

On August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King stood on the steps of the Lincoln Monument and delivered one of the most famous speeches in history, “I Have A Dream.” And now, that passionate speech about freedom is one of the most fiercely copyrighted bits of writing out there. Seriously, we might get sued just for publishing this.

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