Epic Games announces via a press release that an interactive experience in It is an electronic game Available, which describes the life and work of Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. lit. subordinate Journey through time It was in its entirety by community members in It is an electronic gameCreative mode is designed to enable dr. To experience King’s important “I Have a Dream” speech in its length and in its historical context.
Washington DC 1963
Journey through time Teleports Players: Inside DC ’63, a remastered version of Washington, D.C. Designed by ChaseJackman, GQuanoe, XWDFr, and YU7A, it offers a trip to the Lincoln Memorial and the National Mall of the United States, where Dr. King gave his famous 17-minute speech on civil rights. This experience also includes locations reminiscent of a museum, as well as cooperative tasks that can be completed as a team. Activities Journey through time It allows to explore this experience and to clarify important topics for Dr. King’s Speech: If we work together, we can make progress.
Everyone who faced these challenges for Dr. King and the Civil Rights Movement, open the “DC ’63” spray banner for your locker.
Journey through time it was work time and their partners — JuVee Productions, Digital Domain, VALISstudio, and Ryot — and this can only be made possible with the help of American Family Insurance, the DuSable Museum of African American History and the property of Martin Luther King Jr.
More on the topic and information about the history of the civil rights struggle can be found at TIME website “The March”.
The ongoing struggle for civil rights is a global movement that relies on the collective efforts of millions of people around the world. Using the hashtag #FNDC63, those interested can tell their stories on Twitter, Instagram and Tiktok, how Dr. King, DC ’63 or someone in your life.
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