A very rare recording of Martin Luther King has been discovered in a town library in North Carolina. The recording is of an “I Have A Dream” speech that was given before the world famous speech in Washington in 1963. This recording is a speech that was performed in front of a lot smaller crowd, before an audience in North Carolina. The media had covered MLK’s hour long speech at a high school gymnasium in Rocky Mount on Nov. 27, 1962. The recording wasn’t known to exist though until English professor Jason Miller found an aging reel-to-reel tape in a town library. Miller played the civil rights message to the public for the first time Tuesday at North Carolina State University.