MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. SPEAKS ON “NEW PHASE OF CIVIL RIGHTS STRUGGLE”-11 MONTHS BEFORE HIS ASSASSINATION!

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MLK Talks ‘New Phase’ Of Civil Rights Struggle, 11 Months Before His Assassination | NBC News
Published on Apr 4, 2018
In 1967, at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, Martin Luther King spoke with NBC News’ Sander Vanocur about the “new phase” of the struggle for “genuine freedom”.
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Kurt Willems6 months ago
Just have to say this: The fact that there are (at this time) 14 people who have given this a thumbs down is heartbreaking. I pray for all of my neighbors of color.
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A FACE FOR RADIO5 months ago
A meme about MLK said: MLK wasn’t killed for having a dream, he was killed because he WOKE UP. FACT!!!!
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Jaiafrica6 months ago
I find these videos of him way more impactful than the I have a dream speech.
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Ian Sun6 months ago
This should be required and repeated viewing in all public schools.
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CRC Singleton6 months ago
This should be a mandatory study in our schools. The entire country should know their history.
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Chaylen Patricia5 months ago
This is why he was assassinated! Martin was not assassinated because he had a dream, but because he woke up ! And they will never play his last speeches of his life because he whole philosophy changed to more of a Malcom x approach. This is why they always just play the I have dream speech
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CRC Singleton6 months ago
His mild, intelligent, clear and strong voice speaks louder even today.
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TYRONE THOMPKINS6 months ago
51 years later the same thing
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Purpose Driveñ6 months ago
He was definitely called by God and anointed for this purpose. Intelligence is incredible.
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David W. Johnson6 months ago
Awesome footage. He would have made a great president.
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Natlleata Williams6 months ago
Every time I hear him speak, my spirit is moved. So eloquent, with a tone of honesty and integrity. He is still, very impactful. His ability to articulate in such a simple, yet profound way is amazing. Amazing man
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ROMEY RUSH6 months ago (edited)
Every word used via question and answer had absolute significance. One of the best interviews I have ever seen.
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Dereka H.6 months ago
Every issue he is speaking on is still going on.
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Sama Alghali6 months ago
This is so relevant today, 2018. It’s a referendum on the difference between overt conservative racism and liberal covert racism, and how both are detrimental to the success of the black man/woman.
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Merrill Scott6 months ago
He is so intelligent.
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A FACE FOR RADIO5 months ago
Malcolm X spoke about how viscous and racist the North was.
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Libra Smith6 months ago
I’m so triggered when people say that slaves were immigrants. There are still people today who’ve convinced themselves that.
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Flat Foot6 months ago
Amazing he is so ahead of his time
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KEENster D6 months ago
He was incredible. What a brilliant man and everything he said is so true. His death was such a huge loss.
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Ignigma6 months ago
And yet incompetent Caucasian male squandered $16 trillion in a few years
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