(BPT) - The pandemic has limited opportunities for people around the country to visit important museums and educational centers that share the lives and enduring legacies of Civil Rights visionaries. That’s why Lenovo, in partnership with The DuSable Museum of African American History, wanted to help bring Martin Luther King Jr.’s important message to the masses. Using augmented reality, every street in the United States named after Martin Luther King Jr. has turned into an immersive history lesson highlighting his groundbreaking “I Have a Dream” speech. By simply pointing a smartphone device at any Martin Luther King Jr. street sign across the nation, people can watch one of the most impactful moments in history and access additional educational resources to learn more about Dr. King and his vision. Visit MLKonMLK.com to find out how you can participate.
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