Google Celebrates MLK's "I Have a Dream" Speech On 50th Anniversary

Aug 28, 2013 • 8:13 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Logos
 

Today if you visit the Google home page in Google USA, you will see a logo that shows Martin Luther King giving his "I Have a Dream" speech. Today is the 50th anniversary from the day that Martin Luther King gave the address at the March on Washington on August 28, 1963.

To make sure all Americans remember, Google has a special logo, aka Google Doodle, showcasing the event.

Google Logo For Martin Luther King I Have a Dream Speech

Here is a video of the historic speech by Martin Luther King named "I Have A Dream":

To learn more about the day, the speech and the man, see Wikipedia.

Google has always had a Google Doodle on Martin Luther King's birthday and to see all those MLK Doodles, go to this page. Today is not his birthday, but the anniversary of the "I have a dream" speech.

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Comments:

Not happy with artist

08/28/2013 02:54 pm

They placed Obama's image on the podium instead of MLKJ. Google images for him. MLKJ's ears did not stick off his head like that, especially at the top where they progress back in toward his skull, but Obama's do. It "appears" to be a subtle, yet political, attempt to connect the two. In my opinion that is insulting to the King family, since it is not cherishing his speech and its purpose. Instead it is an advertisement, whether intended or not, for the Obama administration.

ethalon

08/28/2013 03:33 pm

As a kid watching the speech in school every year, I was always struck by how short and 'sticky-out' MLKs ears were. His ears always reminded me of how mine looked when wearing a baseball cap (I have 'sticky-out ears...but they are quite tall) and that impression had always stuck with me.

Graciousstore

09/01/2013 03:00 am

It is a good gesture on the part of Google to recognize and honor MLK with Doodles

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