As the nation remembers Martin Luther King, Jr, WCHB Staff thought it is fitting to remember a historic moment in our Detroit history with MLK. Martin Luther King shared his “I have a Dream” speech with the residents of Detroit from our very own WCHB airwaves, before he shared it with the nation as you see in the photo to the right. You can also see this live in the video below.
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Also, Take a look at the 50th Anniversary Freedom Walk Down Woodward Ave from earlier this year. Photos include WCHB’s own Rev Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Martin Luther King II and many more.
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