Martin Luther King: 60 years since ‘I have a dream’ speech

Thousands of people in Washington DC have commemorated 60 years since Martin Luther King Jr’s famous ‘I have a dream’ speech – a pivotal event in the civil rights movement.

His family and activists recounted its importance and reflected on where equality stands now in 2023.

Addressing the crowd, Rev Al Sharpton said: “Sixty years later, we’re the dreamers.”

Video edited by Gem O’Reilly

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