I’d wager that most of you didn’t know that before the March on Washington, DC, was the 125,000-strong Great March on Detroit. And that’s where 25,000 people first heard this iconic speech in Cobo Hall (now Cobo Center).
For the complete audio and text of his speech in Detroit, click here.
May we all take time today to remember a great man, a great minister, and a great Christian who made the greatest sacrifice for a great cause.
I’m pleased to say that this June 23, 1963 event is a turning point for two characters in my current WIP. And I’m extra pleased that I happen to be writing that chapter the very week we celebrate the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr.
That’s what I call Providence.