Maybe someone a little less incompetent with the computer could "repost" the announcement.
Dr. King's "I have a dream" speech is the one you hear most often. Turn on NPR, and youll hear a few more sound bites. Most if not all of Dr. King's words that make it into the mainstream media, and my nephews grade school in Beaverton, have been pre-selected and sanitized for your protection, so as not to offend anyone.
Portland Peaceful response provided a CD with some of Dr. Kings words, which we played at a rally or two in between speakers. Here was a lecture about the Evils of the Vietnam War, and if I remember right war in general, and the injustice of the fact that the poor of all nations are sent to shoot at each other for the benefit of a few who profit from the death toll on both sides.
Listening to that speech made me realize what all the fuss was about around Dr. King. Not only did he "Have a Dream" he had a solid grip on reality, and the will to take personal risk to fight injustice.
Dr. King was a great man, I wish he could have stayed around longer but by celebrating his life, work and accomplishments he lives on in all of us.