Audio RecordingMartin Luther King Catalog Record Only A biography of Martin Luther King, Jr., minister, Nobel Prize recipient, and prominent leader in the African American civil rights movement.
- Contributor: Burns, Jeanne Intile - Fischer, Rusty
- Date: 2009
Audio RecordingMartin Luther King Catalog Record Only Speaking before the Ford Hall Forum in Boston, civil rights leader Martin Luther King delivers a lecture entitled The other America, which tells of the struggle of Black Americans to overcome poverty and achieve equal rights. Includes a question-and-answer session.
- Contributor: Minnesota Public Radio - King, Martin Luther
- Date: 1967
Audio RecordingMartin Luther King, Jr., a prolonged dream Catalog Record Only Presents a tribute to civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., and his followers. Includes interviews with many of those who worked with Dr. King during the 1950s and 1960s, as well as historic recordings from many of his speeches.
- Contributor: National Public Radio (U.S.) - Crockett, Phyllis
- Date: 1984
Audio RecordingWe know who killed MLK
We know who killed Martin Luther King Catalog Record Only Presents a conversation between Gary Null and William Pepper, the New York attorney best known for defending Martin Luther King's accused assassin, James Earl Ray. In this gripping interview, Pepper relays his insided knowledge of Ray's trial and the evidence pointing to a conspiracy among federal agencies-- the FBI, the CIA, and the military, local police departments, and organized crime.
- Contributor: Null, Gary - Pepper, William F.
- Date: 2014
Audio RecordingThank you, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr! Catalog Record Only The children of Gumbo Grove Elementary School discover the contributions of many famous Afro-Americans during Black History Month.
- Contributor: Staunton, Kim - Tate, Eleanora E.
- Date: 1998
Audio RecordingMrs. Coretta King Catalog Record Only In this speech, Coretta Scott King, widow of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., talks about the legacy of her husband and the activities of Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change.
- Contributor: Minnesota Public Radio - King, Coretta Scott
- Date: 1975
Audio RecordingMartin Luther King speaks to the UFT
Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. speaks to teachers at the 1964 spring luncheon conference of the United Federation of Teachers, Local 2 AFT, AFL-CIO Catalog Record Only Following an award presentation, Dr. King delivers a speech to the United Federation of Teachers. He calls for an end to segregation and discrimination, urges passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and stresses the role education can play in changing racist attitudes.
- Contributor: King, Martin Luther
- Date: 1964
Audio RecordingA call to conscience the landmark speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Catalog Record Only Introduction (written and read by Andrew Young) -- The address to the first Montgomery Improvement Association (MIA) mass meeting (introduction written by Rosa Louise Parks and read by Mrs. Coretta Scott King) -- The birth of a new nation (introduction written and read by Reverend Leon H. Sullivan) -- Give us the ballot (introduction written and read by the Honorable Walter E. Fauntroy) --...
- Contributor: Carson, Clayborne - King, Martin Luther - Shepard, Kris
- Date: 2001
Audio RecordingKing, from Atlanta to the mountaintop Catalog Record Only Presents a radio documentary of Martin Luther King's struggle for civil rights through his own words, through historic newscasts, and in the words of King's friends, associates, and family.
- Contributor: Lee Bailey Productions - Holmes, Emory H. - Bailey, Lee
- Date: 1987
Audio RecordingParting the waters
America in the King years, 1954-63 Catalog Record Only Focuses on Martin Luther King, Jr., and the key moments that defined his rise to the forefront of the civil rights movement in America, from Rosa Parks' arrest in Montgomery to King's imprisonment in Birmingham and his triumphant march on Washington.
- Contributor: Morton, Joe - Pounder, C. C. H. - Branch, Taylor
- Date: 1998
Audio RecordingKing celebration of the man and his dream. Catalog Record Only Recounts the career of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., from his denunciation of the 1955 arrest of Rosa Parks to his murder in 1968. Stresses his steadfast commitment to change through nonviolent activism, despite the threat to his life and his family. Includes excerpts from some of his speeches, reflections by those who knew him, and songs honoring his memory.
- Contributor: Brewer, Rudolph
- Date: 1983
Audio RecordingThe American dream a lost speech of Dr. King Catalog Record Only An original speech of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., given in Lynchburg, Va., in 1961 prior to his immortal "I have a dream" speech in Washington, D.C.
- Contributor: King, Martin Luther - Fauntroy, Walter E.
- Date: 1985
Audio RecordingLet the children march Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available In 1963 Birmingham, Alabama, thousands of African-American children volunteered to march for their civil rights after hearing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speak.
- Contributor: Edwards, Janina - Clark-Robinson, Monica
- Date: 2018
Audio RecordingFree at last Catalog Record Only Presents two notable speeches by Dr. King, delivered shortly before the civil rights leader was slain in 1968.
- Contributor: King, Martin Luther
- Date: 1968
Audio RecordingNelson Malden interview conducted by Candacy A. Taylor, 2018-12-31. Nelson Malden was Martin Luther King's barber. He cut Reverend King's hair for six years from 1954 to 1960 at the Malden Bros. Barbershop, which was located on the first floor of the Ben Moore Hotel, a Green Book site in Montgomery, Alabama. Malden started cutting hair in 1948 and served other legendary figures such as Little Richard, B.B. King, Reverend Abernathy's wife, and...
- Contributor: Occupational Folklife Project - Malden, Nelson - Taylor, Candacy A.
- Date: 2018-01-01
Audio RecordingThe movement revisited : a musical portrait of four icons
Musical portrait of four icons | Musical portrait of 4 icons Catalog Record Only A culmination documentation of a richly inspired piece, lauding four key figures of the civil rights movement: Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, Rosa Parks, and Muhammad Ali. Quotes from President Barack Obama are also included.
- Contributor: Gully, Terreon - X, Malcolm - Obama, Barack - McBride, Christian - Bashore, Todd - Greene, Frank - Voices of the Flame (Musical Group) - Burton, James - Davis, Steve - Hendrix, Freddie ... Gully, Terreon - X, Malcolm - Obama, Barack - McBride, Christian - Bashore, Todd - Greene, Frank - Voices of the Flame (Musical Group) - Burton, James - Davis, Steve - Hendrix, Freddie - Shaw, Darryl - Wolf, Warren - Olatuja, Alicia - Blake, Ron - Graham, Dion - Soloff, Lew - Ali, Muhammad - Maraghi, Carl - Schoenberg, Loren - Tooley, Ron - Pierce, Wendell - Purviance, Douglas - Keezer, Geoff - Dease, Michael - Curtis-Hall, Vondie - King, Martin Luther - Wilson, Steve - Parks, Rosa - Sanchez, Sonia
- Date: 2020
Audio RecordingCitizen heroes Catalog Record Only Discusses the contributions of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony to the movement for a woman's right to vote; the efforts of Martin Luther King, Jr. in support of equal rights for African Americans; the actions taken by Cesar Chavez to win fair treatment for farm workers; and the work of Ryan White who spoke out for people with AIDS.
- Contributor: Frey, Wendy
- Date: 2007
Audio RecordingEdward Clinton Davis interview conducted by Candacy A. Taylor, 2018-12-31. Dr. Edward Davis talks about his father's role in owning the Ben Moore, a Green Book hotel in Montgomery Alabama. His father purchased seventeen properties in the neighborhood street where the Ben Moore hotel was located. Davis inherited all of the properties after his father passed and he discusses the challenges of being a property owner and his efforts to preserve the building. Davis...
- Contributor: Occupational Folklife Project - Davis, Edward Clinton - Taylor, Candacy A.
- Date: 2018-01-01
Audio RecordingJerry Markowitz interview conducted by Candacy A. Taylor, 2018-12-28. Jerry Markowitz's parents owned the Hampton House, a popular Green Book hotel in Miami, Florida. Markowitz talks about the history of the Hampton House and the talent that performed at and patronized the establishment including Martin Luther King Jr., Cassius Clay/Muhammad Ali, Flip Wilson, Cab Calloway and Cannonball Adderley as well as a female impersonator. Growing up as a teenager, Markowitz bused tables and...
- Contributor: Occupational Folklife Project - Markowitz, Jerry M. - Taylor, Candacy A.
- Date: 2018-01-01
Audio RecordingBlack protest Catalog Record Only "Annals of protest against slavery and oppression compiled from the writings, speeches, and documents of black men in the U. S. from the eighteenth century through the 1960s," read by Moses Gunn, Earle Hyman, and Hilde Simms. With the voices of Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and Eldrige Cleaver. Text of the recording (26 p.) laid in container.
- Contributor: X, Malcolm - Cleaver, Eldridge - King, Martin Luther - Gunn, Moses - Simms, Hilda - Hyman, Earle
- Date: 1970
Audio RecordingLincoln and the fight for peace Catalog Record Only A groundbreaking, revelatory history of Abraham Lincoln's plan to secure a just and lasting peace after the Civil War, a vision that inspired future presidents as well as the world₂s most famous peacemakers, including Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, and Martin Luther King, Jr. It is a story of war and peace, race and reconciliation.
- Contributor: Avlon, John P.
- Date: 2022
Audio RecordingMarching for freedom walk together, children, and don't you grow weary Catalog Record Only March 7, 1965. The eerie silence was broken only by the sound of scuffling feet as marchers approached the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. The mood was sober. Hundreds of men, women, and children had been protesting in Selma for weeks to win black Americans the right to vote. Led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., they were committed to the voting rights...
- Contributor: Partridge, Elizabeth - Jones, Alan Bomar
- Date: 2010
Audio RecordingEnid Pinkney interview conducted by Candacy A. Taylor, 2018-12-27. Dr. Pinkney spearheaded the restoration of the historic Hampton House, a Green Book hotel in Miami, Florida. The Hampton House was the premier spot for black celebrities and travelers in the 1950s and 1960s. It was frequented by luminaries such as Martin Luther King Jr.--(it was where he practiced his "I Have a Dream" speech)--and it also the place where Malcolm X proselytized Cassius...
- Contributor: Occupational Folklife Project - Pinkney, Enid C. - Taylor, Candacy A.
- Date: 2018-01-01
Audio RecordingSoundings. Program #803, Black workers remember ; Soundings. Program #804, Race & representation.
Black workers remember Catalog Record Only Program 803 (29 min.): Michael Honey is the author of "Southern labor and Black civil rights: organizing Memphis workers." He talks with Wayne Pond about his current project, an oral history of black workers at the time of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Poor People's Campaign. Program 804 (29 min.): Richard Powell opens this program with reflections on African Americans in 19th- and 20th-century art....
- Contributor: Moses, Michael Valdez - Pond, Wayne Johnston - National Humanities Center (U.S.) - Powell, Richard J. - Honey, Michael K.
- Date: 199?
Audio RecordingGreat speeches of the 20th century
Great speeches of the twentieth century Catalog Record Only Presents sixty-one historically important speeches by prominent 20th century American figures in politics, government, sports, civil rights, the women's movement, the armed forces, and the space program. Includes seven speeches by world leaders such as King Edward VIII, Winston Churchill, and Adolph Hitler.
- Date: 1991