The "dream" of racial equality described by Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. 50 years ago at the March on Washington has not yet been fulfilled, the last living speaker from the original march says. ... more 
The "dream" of racial equality described by Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. 50 years ago at the March on Washington has not yet been fulfilled, the last living speaker from the original march says. Georgia Representative John Lewis, the civil rights icon who spoke at the original rally where King delivered his historic "I Have a Dream" speech, says more must be done to meet King's vision. The black church's civil rights movement legacy is both a blessing and a curse, pastors say. And for the Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III, the civil rights movement is not a period of time that only exists in history books. Rather, the movement runs deep in his veins -- literally. less 
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Sun, Aug 25, 2013 12:13 PM EDT