Enhanced E-Book Download

Read the e-book above, or download a free enhanced version, containing 30 interactive videos and more than 70 news photographs and images of archived memorabilia, along with informative bonus features.

This award-winning e-book was produced by Comcast NBCUniversal in recognition of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington and Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. The interactive publication contains 30 interactive video interviews with key figures of the civil rights movement, such as Jesse Jackson, Ambassador Andrew Young, Rev. Dr. Joseph E. Lowery and Rev. Samuel “Billy” Kyles, along with others who attended the march in person, watched it on TV or were too young to participate, but were affected by its legacy nonetheless. There is also an introduction by Lester Holt of NBC News, historic photographs and informative bonus features.

Written by acclaimed journalist and historian Terry Golway, who paints a gripping overview of the racism, prejudices and politics that led up to the march and the social changes of the 1960s, this free publication was originally released in 2013 as part of Comcast’s His Dream, Our Stories project. It has been recognized with multiple awards including a 2014 QED Seal of Approval, a 2014 Kirkus Starred Review, a Gold Benjamin Franklin Digital Award and eLit Awards Gold and Bronze Medals.


Awesome book

Evie, Amazon Customer

Excellent book! This book was easy reading and very informative in nature and context. Straight to the point and detailed.

Anonymous, Amazon Customer

He’s my hero. The book is so fun to read

Kyla, Google Play Customer

It details the civil rights movement and the enhanced version has videos and eyewitness accounts of events. Totally worth it.

maximushyrule, Amazon Customer

Great interviews and pictures.

Anonymous, BarnesandNoble.com Customer

Everyone should take pause and absorb the meaning behind these stories. Amazing accounts of one of the most significant times in our country’s history.

Cindy, Amazon Customer

Great stories on Civil Rights

Jay, Apple iBooks Customer

An outstanding supplement to Dr. King’s speech.

Kirkus Reviews

What a great man, there are not enough words to describe how inspiring his speeches are to this day. I loved the stories in here, even though there was a lot of suffering in their lives

Guillermo, Amazon Customer

If you want to experience what it was like for these courageous citizens who changed the world, read this book.

Brenda Peterson, Judge, Benjamin Franklin Digital Awards