Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Four years after his ‘I have a dream’ speech in Washington, the Rev. King was still striving for racial equality. On Sept. 22, 1967, Blade photographer Don Strayer captured an impassioned Rev. King as he spoke to a crowd of 3,500 people during a rally at Scott High School Fieldhouse.
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Print features Blade original photos of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaking in Toledo. It includes digitized authentic Blade nameplate from the original date of publication, detail of Blade newspaper article, and caption text contextualizing the event in which Dr. King spoke passionately about civil rights.
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Photo reprints available from 4x6 to 20x30 to wallet to canvas! King told the Scott High rally that, “It is true that morality cannot be legislated, but the behavior of men can be regulated. We can’t be at each other’s throats every June, July, and August. The question is whether we as a nation are willing to solve these problems.”