The Legacy of MLK

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The Legacy of MLK

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The Legacy of MLK is a collection of short historic clips that examine the life and impact of the important and influential civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Organized by iCue, it consists of eleven different clips of archival footage, with a total runtime of a little more than an hour and a half. They include interviews with Dr. King conducted after the famous Montgomery bus boycotts and with the newsgroup "Meet the Press," speeches by Dr. King himself, and speeches by others about him, such as Robert Kennedy's announcement to America that Dr. King had been assassinated. Designed as a tribute to the man who brought about great change for the African-American community, this collection is ideal for those with an interest in the history of the civil rights movement, or for those who wish to share in the life and oratory genius of the slain civil rights leader.

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Politics, Human Rights, African-American Heritage