August 29, 2013
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Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff
Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech was projected onto Fort Independence on Castle Island in South Boston on Wednesday night.
Lisa Eck of Natick and her daughter Fiona Ripp watched as the King speech was displayed on Castle Island.
Lisa Poole for The Boston Globe
Rick Ellis and co-workers at Action for Boston Community Development listened to President Obama speak Wednesday.
Governor Deval Patrick rang the bells at the Old South Meeting House in Boston to mark King’s speech.
SAUL LOEB/AFP/GETTY IMAGES
In his remarks in Washington, President Obama said much progress had been made on race since the 1963 speech.
Carolyn Kaster/Associated Press
Celtics great Bill Russell was among those who spoke at Wednesday’s event in Washington.
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