Having just been subjected to President Obama’s impromptu remarks on Trayvon Martin and race relations in the U.S. last month, the Teleprompters are moving to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial where Obama will commemorate the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
In 1963, King spoke before a crowd of 250,000 at the “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom,” and delivered his famous speech defining the Civil Rights Movement as he called for improved race relations in America.
Half a century later, on August 28, Obama will stand in the exact spot King spoke from on the steps of the monument and address attendees of the scheduled “Let Freedom Ring” rally, Yahoo News reported.
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