This is MLK's "Dream" speech under current copyright law
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It's technically against copyright law to share footage of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech online. "I Have Applause," a supercut by Michael David Murphy, imagines what would be left of the speech if people like Fight For the Future hadn't protested by posting the entire thing anyway. More information here.
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