Martin Luther King, Jr. – Just the Facts!
“Martin Luther King, Jr. was a civil rights protester and leader in America during the 1950s and 1960s. He wanted to see an America where black and white people could stand side by side as equals. During America at this time, this was not the case. Deep-rooted racism and segregation laws kept different races from mixing together.
As a church leader and a deeply religious man he encouraged people to protest against inequality peacefully, in a nonviolent manor. The changes that Martin Luther King, Jr. helped to bring about changed America forever and inspired generations of people worldwide.”
Martin Luther King Jr. Biography Videos, Speeches and Interviews
Videos included in the player below give you some more facts about the man himself and lets you see his most famous speeches, television interviews, his Nobel acceptance speech and the news coverage following his murder.
Details of the videos are listed underneath.
- Excerpt from I Have A Dream by CurtHenniganImpact
- Biography by CloudBiography
- A short documentary by Studies Weekly
- April 4, 1968: Martin Luther King Jr. Assassinated by ABC News
- I Have A Dream Speech – August 28, 1963 by SullenToys.com
- Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech by Nobel Prize
- Interview- Civil Rights (Merv Griffin Show 1967)
- Vietnam/Communism (Merv Griffin Show 1967)
- NBC’s Meet the Press in 1965 by NBC News
- 1962 Speech in NYC by nysmuseum
- “Street Sweeper” Speech
- Proud to be maladjusted! by Buddha7575
- “I’m Sorry Sir You Don’t Know Me” by misterpatrickstar 3
- But if Not – FULL SERMON by Austin Smith
- I Have Been to the Mountaintop Full Speech by Divinity33372
- Why I Am Opposed to the War in Vietnam – Full Speech.wmv by waketheherd