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I Have a Dream
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AIR DATE: August 29, 2012

In just a few decades. Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech has become an iconic part of American life. But what does it mean? What does equality mean? Are we closer to racial equality now or is the increasing disparity in wealth making it more difficult to achieve?
 
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Terry Marshall, author, Soda Springs
Anita Tjerina-Revilla, Women's Studies, UNLV
Jose Melendrez, Asst VP, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, UNLV
Robert Fowler, pastor, Victory Missionary Baptist Church

 

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