Fifty years ago this month, Martin Luther King told America about his dream.
In August 1963, he delivered his "I have a dream" speech to a huge crowd in Washington DC.
That became one of the landmark moments of the civil rights movement.
This week and next, thousands of Americans will travel to the nation's capital to commemorate that day including many from Central Georgia.
But it's also a time to remember the way it was, how America changed and why.
When getting a drink at a fountain came down to color and the ease of buying a car was based on what you looked like, that was Central Georgia 50 years ago.
In that time Felton Miller lived according to the rules of black and white.
"You were white and I was black. They didn't care about me than a rabbit out there in the woods," he says.
Miller, now 83 years old, was born and raised in Jones County. The segregated South was what Miller described as hard and unfair.