In March of 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. came to Grosse Pointe, a nearly all-white Detroit suburb.
He gave a speech at Grosse Pointe South High School called “The Other America.” Three weeks later, he was shot and killed.
This past weekend, people gathered in that same gym to hear a recording of that speech. Nearly 50 years later, it still strikes a powerful chord.
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