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PBS NEWSHOUR

Rediscovering a Martin Luther King Jr. speech

  • Aired: 01/20/2014
  • 08:02
  • Rating: NR
In November, the only known recording of a 1962 speech made by Martin Luther King Jr. was uncovered. Not heard for more than 50 years, King delivered this notable speech in the wake of a number of attacks on black churches. The NewsHour's Stephen Fee reports on the rediscovered recording and the document that inspired it.
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Rediscovering a Martin Luther King Jr. speech inspired by a Lincoln proclamation
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