Dick Van Dyke re-reads the Rod Serling speech he read at a 1964 MLK civil rights rally

Iconic actor/comedian, Dick Van Dyke, now 97, was going through some papers and discovered a speech he had delivered in 1964. Entitled "A Most Non-Political Speech," it was written by Rod Serling and delivered by Van Dyke at a May 31 civil rights rally at the LA Coliseum that was keynoted by Martin Luther King, Jr.

To honor MLK for his birthday, Van Dyke decided to read the powerful speech again on YouTube.

Here's an article about the speech on a Rod Serling fanpage.