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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. fought for the of African-American people. In 1963, he his most famous speech to over 250,000 people in of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. It became known as the “I have a Dream” speech. In his speech, he called for an end to discrimination. Discrimination is the of people differently or unfairly of their color, religion, age, gender, culture, or beliefs. King’s “dream” was that all people would be equally and that all people come together as Americans.