For the first time ever, hundreds of thousands of never-before-seen documents related to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. are being made public.
The King Center Imaging Project posted 200,000 pieces online, including a handwritten draft of King's famous 1964 Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech.
There are also notes on how he wanted to end his "I Have A Dream" speech.
You can browse the documents at TheKingCenter.org .
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