Alabama Civil Rights Destination Information in Dutch, French and English

The website www.ihaveadream50.org includes information onf Dr. Martin Luther King’s I Have A Dream Speech, one of the most important speeches of the 20th Century.  The speech during the “March on Washington” was delivered on August 28, 1963.

King was largely unknown before he became leader of the Montgomery Boycott while serving as a pastor in Montgomery, Alabama.  Many of his greatest Civil Rights movements took place in Alabama, including the Selma to Montgomery March and the Letter from a Birmingham Jail.

A source for the history and travel sites related to King and the American Civil Rights sites in Dutch, French and English is has been posted to the I Have A Dream 50 wesbite, a project of Visit USA.  Tour operators and the public can go directly to the travel section in the different languages at:

Travel – English

http://www.ihaveadream50.org/travel/

Travel – French

http://www.ihaveadream50.org/fr/voyages/

Travel – Netherlands (Dutch)

http://www.ihaveadream50.org/nl/