Fifty Years: Martin Luther King I Have a Dream Speech video, Malcolm X debate, infographic

Written by Gina Smith

On the fiftieth anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s march on Washington — the date was August 28, 1963 — we’ve collected video for you. Here’s the I Have a Dream speech video, plus video footage of the Rev. King debating Malcolm X on the value of pacifist protesting for civil rights. Also, a Martin Luther King Jr. infographic. As this site continues to cover U.S. surveillance activities, it’s interesting to note that Chuch commission tried to end domestic spying of US citizens when it was uncovered that King and other 60s era revolutionaries were under the eye of the CIA. One step forward, two steps back. — Here is a good way to memorialize Martin Luther King Jr.’s August 28, 1963 speech — I have a dream. Scroll below to see the I Have a Dream speech video, plus watch video of King’s debate with Malcolm X over how radical civil rights protests should be. Also below find links to the entire text and an infographic memorializing King.

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Check out the MLK Jr. infographic below — and the historic Malcolm X versus King video below the fold.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day infographic, plus a myriad of links and videos honoring this great American.


The full-text of his ground-breaking, revolution-making “I have a dream” speech — delivered in Washington D.C. on August 28, 1963 — is online at

Check out the Martin Luther King Jr. versus Malcolm X debate below.