Wednesday in Washington D.C., America will commemorate a speech that changed the world.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I have a dream” speech is just as powerful today as in 1963.
Dallas Reverend Peter Johnson was a skinny 18 year-old that summer, fresh from jail. He remembers every detail from his trip to the March on Washington where he heard Dr. King’s profound words on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
Johnson also remembers where he first fought for civil rights; on the river by his tiny hometown in south Louisiana.