The University of Virginia has spotlighted the anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech. UVA’s Chief Officer for Equity and Diversity led a Wednesday afternoon event at the Rotunda. Dr. Marcus Martin (pictured right) recalled the turbulent struggle for civil rights across the South in the early 1960’s. He stood near a video of King’s August 28th, 1963 speech at the Lincoln Memorial. Dr. Martin noted King spoke at UVA’s Old Cabell Hall Auditorium on March 25th, 1963. That was a little over five months before King’s most famous speech in Washington, D.C. The audience and many pedestrians near the Rotunda also heard an extended version of the 3 p.m. bells, courtesy of the University’s Chapel.