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P.R.A. | MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. SPECIAL COLLECTION  CD
    P.R.A. | MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. SPECIAL COLLECTION  CD
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      P.R.A. | MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. SPECIAL COLLECTION CD

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    MP3 Disc / 8hrs 40 min

    1.  On The Power Of Peaceful Persuasion (June 24, 1957); 45 min, from BB0115

    2.  The Future of Integration (June, 1961) - 38 min, from BB3598

    3.  We Want to be Free (Freedom Rally, May 26, 1963 - 23 min, from BB4745a-b

    4.  The Dimensions of a Complete Life (January, 1962) - 35 min, from BB4438

    5.  America's Chief Moral Dilemma (UC Berkeley, May 17, 1967) - 1 hr 13 min, from BB1195

    6.  But If Not (Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, November, 1967) - 18 min, SZ0177

    7.  Men and Women In the Arts Concerned with Vietnam: A Benefit for Martin Luther King, Jr. (March 16, 1968) - 39 min, from BB4661

    8.  Domestic Urgencies vs. Military Costs (February, 1967) - 53 min, from BB4470.04

    9.  The Civil Rights Movement and its Goals for the Future (April, 1967) - 53 min, from BB1230

    10.  Martin Luther King Memorial in Central Park (April 5, 1968) 79 min, from BB3172

    11. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in London (December 7, 1964) 62 min, from KZ4492

    During his visit to the United Kingdom in December, 1964 (while on the way to Oslo to accept the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize), King addressed an overflow crowd at the City Temple hall in central London, and Pacifica European correspondent Saul Bernstein was there to record it.  Dr. King discussed the history of slavery, Supreme Court rulings, Greek philosophy, the concept of non-violence, the fight against segregation, the registration of Black voters, and the struggle to end hate and bigotry across the planet.  King also read a prepared text on the situation at the time in South Africa, voicing support of a unified World Nation policy that would impose sanctions on the country to force an end to apartheid.