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The Baltimore Sun

Remembering "I Have a Dream"

Lurlene Sweeting, 81, witnessed "Martin Luther King's I Have a Dream" speech. At the time, Sweeting, then 36, and her then-husband, James, hopped a train from their home in Philadelphia to join a crowd of hundreds of thousands that marched for civil rights from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial. For Jobs and Freedom, the March on Washington became a major factor in the passage of civil rights legislation. Sweeting went on to earn a doctorate from Penn State on a fellowship for black leaders, organize Sanford’s first Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration and speaks about her experiences with countless schoolchildren.HILDA M. PEREZ, ORLANDO SENTINEL