The original painting, Click Here. This is a Giclee canvas print, both are sizes 24″ x 22″
Martin Luther King Jr., a Baptist clergyman and American civil rights leader, made his famous speech “I Have a Dream” on August 28, 1963, as part of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. King demanded the abolition of racism in the US and the protection of civil and economic rights in his speech. He forced the government to legislate in freedom which did open doors to jobs. But he did nothing to unshackle a people to tear down the walls and make “white privilege” a myth.