1. Overview of crowd in front of the Lincoln Memorial during King’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech on Aug. 28, 1963.

2. King surrounded by reporters during a public address in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1962.

3. King shaking hands with the crowd during the Freedom March on Washington, 1963.

4. Sitting for a portrait at Atlanta University, circa 1963

5. King leads a prayer in a church before the second Selma to Montgomery civil rights march.

6. King while giving his “I Have a Dream” speech to a huge crowd gathered during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963.

7. View of the balcony where King was murdered on April 4, 1968.

8. President Lyndon B. Johnson and advisers learn of the assassination of King.

9. Streets ablaze from rioting following assassination.

10. Smoke clouds billowing from fires set during the riots.

11. Thousands of funeral marchers gathered outside Ebenezer Baptist Church prepare to walk five miles to Morehouse College where another service for King is held on April 9, 1968.

12. Coretta Scott King wearing a black veil at the funeral of her husband in Atlanta.

13. The family of Martin Luther King Jr. view his body as it lies in state at Sister’s Chapel at Spelman College.

14. A mule-drawn wagon carrying King’s casket is followed by dignitaries and thousands of people as it moves en route to Morehouse College for a memorial service.

15. Protesters marching following King’s death, 1968.