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Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. - In The Struggle For Freedom And Human Dignity MP3

Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. - In The Struggle For Freedom And Human Dignity MP3

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Performer: Doctor Martin Luther King Jr.
Title: In The Struggle For Freedom And Human Dignity
Country: UK
Released: 1968
Style: Political, Speech, Spoken Word
Category: AudioFiles & Sounds
Rating: 4.5
Catalog #: CHM 631
Label: Hallmark Records


1Rev. Ruben L. Speaks
2Ground Crew & Mississippi (Part One)
3I've Got To Go Back To The Valley
4Ground Crew & Mississippi (Part Two)
5Who Is The Least Of These & I Believe
6Pilots Of The Movement


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
S 21033Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. In The Struggle For Freedom And Human Dignity ‎(LP)Unart RecordsS 21033US1968


  • Photography By [Cover]Karsh Of Ottowa
  • Sleeve NotesAlan Warner


Hallmark Records - Unart Series
The Unart series is released in conjunction with United Artists Records


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (stamped) variant 1): CHM 631-A1 (1 D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (stamped) variant 1): CHM 631-B1 .
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (stamped) variant 2): CHM 631-A1 ⋀
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (stamped) variant 2): CHM 631-B1 ⋀


  • Record Company – United Artists Records
  • Record Company – Hallmark Records
  • Record Company – Pickwick International Inc. (GB) Ltd.
  • Record Company – Pickwick International
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Pressed By – CBS Pressing Plant, Aston Clinton


Martin Luther King, Jr. In the Struggle for Freedom and Human Dignity. Your Rating. Martin Luther King Jr. born Michael King Jr. January 15, 1929 April 4, 1968 was an American Christian minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement from 1955 until his assassination in 1968. King is best known for advancing civil rights through nonviolence and civil disobedience, inspired by his Christian beliefs and the nonviolent activism of Mahatma Gandhi. CD Album. CD Single. CD Maxi. martin luther king, jr. In the struggle for freedom and human dignity. 1 result found. Filters : Items on sale Mint Sellers Professional sellers Private sellers. Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. In The Struggle For Freedom And Human Dignity. 2 versões. Hallmark Records. Vender esta versão. Jan Vering, Martin Luther King , Christian A. Schwarz, Siegfried Fietz - Ich Habe Einen Traum CD, Album, RE. KRB6170-2. Delivered at Grosse Pointe High School March 14, 1968. Release Date. It has caused great despair, and we have seen the angered expressions of this despair and this bitterness in the violent rebellions that have taken place in cities all over our country. I still believe that non-violence is the most potent weapon available to the negro in his struggle for justice and freedom in the U. Now let me relieve you a bit. 5 Martin Luther King Jr. was nearly assassinated a decade earlier than his ultimate death. While on a book tour, signing copies of his book Stride Toward Freedom, on September 20, 1958, King was approached by Izola Ware Curry who asked him if he was Martin Luther King Jr. which he of course replied affirmatively. Many of the FBIs surveillance records, written and audio records, concerning King are currently held in the National Archives, but are sealed from public access until 2027. 19 There are only two other people in American history that have a national holiday in their honor, George Washington and Christopher Columbus. was known as a human rights leader in the U. and around the world. See how far his influence reached. During his life, King consciously connected his struggle for domestic equality with international concerns. He was an outspoken critic of South Africas apartheid government and European colonialism in Africa. He supported land reforms for peasants in Latin America and saw poverty as an international human rights issue. But Kings legacy is perhaps felt the most through his philosophy, which adopted nonviolence and championed human dignity, inspired by Mahatma Gandhis nonviolent campaign to end British rule in India. inspired the human race to strive for harmony among all people. Check out 123 of the most powerful Martin Luther King Jr. He began a series of peaceful protests in the south that eventually changed many laws dealing with the equality of African Americans. King gave hundreds of moving speeches across the country, and in 1964 was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. On April 4th, 1968, Dr. King was shot and killed while in Memphis, Tennessee. Although his life ended that day, the work that he had accomplished changed the nation. s search for racial justice and black citizenship often found him protesting the gap between American democracy's lofty rhetoric and its more brutal reality, says Peniel Authors M Martin Luther King, Jr. Human Dignity. Quotes About Human Dignity. Quotes about: Human Dignity. In our struggle against racial segregation in Montgomery, Alabama, I came to see at a very early stage that a synthesis of Gandhi's method of nonviolence and the Christian ethic of love is the best weapon available to Negroes for this struggle for freedom and human dignity. It may well be that the Gandhian approach will bring about a solution to the race problem in America. The Essential Martin Luther King, Jr. I Have a Dream and Other Great Writings , , Beacon Press. Send Report. Quote