You can’t turn back the clock and hear Martin Luther King deliver his famous “I Have a Dream” speech in person — but you can follow along as if it’s happening today, thanks to the Twitter account @todayin1963. All summer, the account — run by NPR’s Codeswitch team, which examines the intersections of race, ethnicity, and culture — has been tweeting its way through the summer of 1963, a pivotal period of the civil rights movement.

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