Fifty years ago the 1963 March On Washington changed the world headed by one of the most prolific Civil Rights Leaders of then and no, impacting people beyond America. A world leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s. rich oratorical skills enabled the preacher to motivated thousands to stand for justice and equal rights for all mankind, regardless of race, creed or religion. Dr. King was passionately entrenched in the non violent civil rights movement of the 60′s. His phenomenal “I Have A Dream Speech” has partly come to fruition. But to make sure a dream is not deferred … The Action Network’s Civil Rights Leader Al Sharpton and Syndicated Radio Personality, Tom Joyner have joined forces to Reclaim The Dream. today, August 28, 2013 in the Nations Capitol. Hundreds of thousands will march from the Lincoln Memorial to The MLK Monument honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, political figures and dignitaries will speak to direct and keep America encouraged.