From King's 'Dream' to Obama's Reality

As Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama prepares to deliver his acceptance speech before an anticipated crowd of 75,000 at Denver's Invesco Field tonight, many African-Americans across the nation reflect on the historic significance of the event, which comes 45 years to the day after Martin Luther King delivered his enduring "I Have a Dream" speech. Washington restaurant Ben's Chili Bowl was for many years a gathering place for civil rights leaders. The landmark diner is in the heart...Full Story
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