“I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed,” is a quote that is historically known by the great Martin Luther King Jr. This speech has been the most uplifting speech to African Americans and should remain a part of historcial Black history for ever more. For that reason August 28, 1963 should never be forgotten.
To make a great anniversary for this date in Black history, Barack Obama will accept his nomination for the Presidential Campaign of the United States as a Democrat on tonight, August 28, 2008.
Obama has been adding to Black history as he successfully won the race between himself and Hillary Clinton. Obama plans to be an effective leader and guide the United States to a better economy and a better way of living.
Obama has written the books “Dreams from my Father” and “The Audacity of Hope” to furthur support his beliefs within his campaign. “The Audacity of Hope” is a bestseller.
Throughout his campaign, Obama has inspired young students and especially many Blacks to register to vote. Today hopefully Black Americans will open their eyes and ears once again like they did 45 years ago when Dr. King made his speech.
The SGA of Grambling State University will air the nomination in the Black and Gold Room of the Favrot Student Union at 8 p.m. tonight.