It’s the speech that galvanized a generation.  Dr. Jason Miller recalls feeling awe and disbelief when he discovered a long-forgotten recording of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s monumental “I Have a Dream” speech stored in the Rocky Mount, NC library with the words marked in pencil: “Dr. Martin Luther King speech — please do not erase.” Join us for a tale of intrigue, dogged determination and skillful research on the Monday, July 17, 2017 Breaking Free Show at 1pm/EST. Tune in at: Let’s keep the conversations going!

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