New Online: Video of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. “The Other America” Speech at Stanford University (April 14, 1967)
The Stanford University Libraries recently shared a digitized film (via YouTube) featuring the complete April 14, 1967 “The Other America” speech by by Dr. Martin Luther, Jr. delivered at Stanford.
Film documents a speech given by Martin Luther King at Stanford University on April 14, 1967 about racism and civil rights in American society. Dr. King contends that there are “two Americas”: one “beautiful” and the “other America, ” which is an “arena of blasted hopes and dreams.” He goes on to explain that “we are seeking to make America one nation.”
See Also: Text Transcript of Speech (via Stanford University; PDF)
Begins on page two.
See Also: Additional Resources About Dr. King Including the Martin Luther King, Jr. Encyclopedia (via Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute at Stanford University)
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