Martin Luther King Jr.: Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech

December 10, 1964 (over 55 years ago)

Martin Luther King addresses the audience with a speech that speaks of his feelings about the Nobel Prize Award and the current condition of the revolution he is leading. He accepts the award not to place himself on a pedestal but to honor the nameless people who have made the nonviolent revoluti...

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Source: The King Center

Martin Luther King Jr.: The Quest for Peace and Justice

December 11, 1964 (over 55 years ago)

Martin Luther King's lecture about peace and justice right after his acceptance of the Nobel Prize for Peace sheds light to the curent dilemma faced by mankind: the intricacies of racial injustice, poverty and war. These three seemingly separate issues are closely ralated to each other not just i...

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Source: Nobelprize.org

Martin Luther King Jr.: Guidelines for a Constructive Church

June 5, 1966 (almost 54 years ago)

Martin Luther King's sermon on guidelines serves as an eye-opener for those who are looking forward to seeing and experiencing the acceptable year of the Lord.

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Source: The King Center

Martin Luther King Jr.: Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution

March 31, 1968 (about 52 years ago)

Martin Luther King talks about keeping guards up at the times of revolution; to make appropriate changes in self and in ways in order to make the revolution fruitful in every sense.

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Source: The King Center

Martin Luther King Jr.: We Shall Overcome

June 17, 1966 (almost 54 years ago)

Martin Luther King inspires and encourages a lot of negroes in one of the last speeches he delivered during his lifetime.

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Source: The King Center

Martin Luther King Jr.: MIA Mass Meeting at Holt Street Baptist Church

December 5, 1955 (over 64 years ago)

Martin Luther King's speech during the MIA mass meeting speaks about how one Negro woman was discriminated against on a bus and how the Negro people should act in such situations. The speech talks about loving your neighbor and how justice and equality are actually byproducts of Christianity's gr...

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Source: The King Center

Martin Luther King Jr.: I Have a Dream

August 28, 1963 (over 56 years ago)

Martin Luther King's I Have A Dream speech is considered one of the most powerful speeches of all time. Though it speaks about peace, it is in itself a revolution that will start unbinding the chains from the Negro and free his people from slavery and discrimination.

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Source: The King Center

Malcolm X: Interview with Bernice Bass

December 27, 1964 (over 55 years ago)

In this interview, Malcolm X talks about his experiences travelling to the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. He describes their progress, economy, and the current society they have. He also discusses the unity of the Black people and the disunity that is caused by external forces.

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Martin Luther King Jr.: The Three Dimensions of a Complete Life

April 9, 1967 (almost 53 years ago)

Martin Luther King talks about the completeness of life in terms of length, breadth and depth as the perfection of God's kingdom in the day of Jesus' return.

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Source: The King Center

Martin Luther King Jr.: Give Us the Ballot

May 17, 1957 (almost 63 years ago)

The "Give Us the Ballot" speech delivered by Martin Luther King at the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom is a fervent request from the Negro population to be given voting rights by the US governement. It encourages the Negro people to live in faith and pray for leadership for the sake of justice and ...

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