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DuSable exhibit brings King's "dream" to virtual reality

In a historic first, museum-goers will be able to travel back in time to the 1963 March on Washington
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In a historic first, museum-goers will be able to travel back in time to the 1963 March on Washington and see Martin Luther King Jr.’s iconic “I Have A Dream” speech in what’s described as “the most life-like and realistic human performance in virtual reality ever.” “The March” debuts tomorrow. Reporter Maudlyne Ihejirika has the story…

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