(Fox News) President Obama said Wednesday that the iconic words of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. “belonged to the ages,” as he urged Americans to “keep on marching” to fulfill his dream. The nation’s first black president spoke 50 years to the minute after King delivered his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech, in the same spot at the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.

Obama offered his personal reflections on the civil rights movement, King’s speech, the progress achieved and the challenges that continue to face the nation.

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