MARTIN LUTHER KING JR’S NOBEL PEACE PRIZE LECTURE IN NORWAY (1964)
January 28, 2022
Dr. Martin Luther King’s 1964 Nobel Peace Prize Lecture. “One of his most important speeches”, comments Dr. Clayborne Carson, Director of The King Institute at Stanford University, on the lecture. ”It lays out his goals for the remainder of his life. He also addresses the problems of racial injustice, poverty and war as global evils rather than specific American problems.”
Duration: 52M 42S
Audio with screen captions/subtitles.
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