The Pacifica Radio Archives is offering five hours of programing honoring the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for MLK day this year. This programming is exclusively provided for Pacifica Stations and Affiliates. It includes multiple speeches by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and other audio that brings an important context to listeners on how important he, and also the civil rights movement was, to America and the world.
MLK PROGRAMMING FROM PACIFICA RADIO ARCHIVES
Two speeches from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are the highlights of this first hour.
- On The Power Of Peaceful Persuasion June 24, 1957
- The Future of Integration June 1961
- We Want to be free speech, given at a Freedom Rally, May 26, 1963
- Discussions of a Complete Life, January 1962
- MLK’s Speech America’s Chief Moral Dilemma May 17, 1967 at UC Berkeley
- But If Not, Speech at Ebeneezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, November 1967
- Men and Women In the Arts Concerned with Vietnam, March 16, 1968 – MLK jr.’s last speech in Los Angeles
- Dimensions of a Complete Life, January 1962
- Domestic Urgencies vs. Military Costs, February 1967
- The Civil Rights Movement and its Goals for the Future, April 1967
- Memorium in Central Park Day After MLK was assassinated with Ossie Davis, Pete Seeger, and more.