8 Martin Luther King speeches and videos
On the weekend of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we've collected several videos of Dr. King's speeches as well as news coverage and tributes to him after his death.
'I have a dream' - Aug. 28, 1963, in Washington, D.C.
The most famous of Dr. King's speeches, in which he lays out a vision of a racially united and equal America.
Sermon at the Ebenezer Baptist Church on April 30, 1967, against the Vietnam War
This speech was released by Black Forum records, a subsidiary of Motown, and went on to win a Grammy in 1970 for the Best Spoken Word Recording.
'A Knock at Midnight' speech - Aug. 27, 1967, in Chicago
The story of Dr. King's strengthened faith after his life was threatened.
Last speech in 1968 - 'The mountaintop'
Dr. King's prophetic speech on the eve of his assassination, in which he talks of his own death.
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