Episode

Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2018

January 15, 2018

Dr. King’s first tv “interview” from the show “The Open Mind – The New Negro” in 1957, hosted by Professor Richard D. Hefner.

Beyond Vietnam, delivered on April 4, 1967 at Riverside Church in New York City.

MLK’s last speech “Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution“ delivered at the National Cathedral, Washington, D.C., on 31 March 1968.

Walter Cronkite reports King’s assassination.

Nina Simone “Why?” live, 3 days following MLK’s assassination.

Telephone Conversation between President Johnson and Martin Luther King, Jr., August 20, 1965 Time: 5:10 PM

Topics: Close Votes On Poverty Bill; Thomas Kuchel’s Letter On Watts Riots; MLK’s Meetings With California Leaders; Need For Federal Programs To Alleviate Poverty; WH Civil Rights Conference; Howard University Speech; MLK’s Views On Vietnam Policy; Peace Efforts

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