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Robert F. Kennedy Speech on Death of Martin L. King (49.2005.1)
Marion County, Indiana
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Side one - The marker was dedicated April 4, 2005 and is located in King Park at 17th and Broadway in Indianapolis.
Side two of the marker.
Indiana Representative Bill Crawford at the dedication.
Indiana Congresswoman Julia Carson speaking from a flatbed truck. Robert Kennedy's speech in 1968 was given from a flatbed truck.
Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson.
Dr. Derek Barber King, nephew of Martin Luther King, Jr., spoke at the ceremony.
Indiana House member and Indiana Black Caucus Chair Gregory Porter, Representative Bill Crawford, and Mrs. Andrew J. Brown, widow of Rev. Dr. Andrew J. Brown, noted civil rights leader.
Lieutenant Governor of Indiana, Becky Skillman.
About 200 people attended the dedication of the marker.
Attendees leaving after the dedication.