Subseries 11.2
Martin Luther King Speaks program files, 1967-1985
Boxes 602 - 607

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of records relating to the radio programs aired by Martin Luther King Speaks. Individual program folders may include: the announcer copy sheet; the timing sheet; excerpts of recorded texts by Martin Luther King, Jr. used as opening and closing segments on many programs; and the program transcript. Many program folders are incomplete. In addition, some programs have no documentation. Folder dates indicate the date the program was aired; when confusion exists about the date, the date on the master program list was used. In most cases, programs with the same title were rebroadcasted variations of the same program. However, Martin Luther King Speaks aired several different programs entitled "Poor People's Campaign." Some of the material in program folders is duplicated in Subseries 11.3: Source material. Programs were numbered sequentially by year. For example, Program 6803 was the third program of 1968. The program bulletins, which are arranged at the end of the subseries, contain information about program content and scheduling.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in chronological order by program number, with ancillary material arranged in alphabetical order at the end.

Box Folder Content
602 1 Program 6803, "The Crisis in Civil Rights," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Breadbasket Conference, January 21, 1968
602 2 Program 6804, "What Are Your New Year's Resolutions?" sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, January 28, 1968
602 3 Program 6805, "Domestic Impact of the War," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. at the University of Chicago to the National Labor Leadership for Peace, February 4, 1968
602 4 Program 6806, "The Need to Go to Washington," press conference with Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, February 11, 1968
602 5 Program 6807, "Why We Must Go to Washington-Part I," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. at a staff retreat at Ebenezer Baptist Church, February 15, 1968
602 6 Program 6808, "Why We Must Go to Washington-Part II," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. at a staff retreat at Ebenezer Baptist Church, February 25, 1968
602 7 Program 6809, "Interruptions," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, March 3, 1968
602 8 Program 6810, "All Flesh Is Grass," sermon by Andrew J. Young at the Church of the Redeemer, March 10, 1968
602 9 Program 6811, "Poor People's Campaign," press conference with Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, March 17, 1968
602 10 Program 6812, "In Search for a Sense of Direction," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. at a mass meeting at Vermont Avenue Baptist Church, March 24, 1968
602 11 Program 6813, "To Minister to the Valley," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ministers Leadership Training Conference, March 31, 1968
602 12 Program 6814, "In Memorium," by Ralph David Abernathy and Jesse Jackson, April 7, 1968
602 13 Program 6815, "Who Is My Neighbor?" sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, with special message by Ralph David Abernathy, April 14, 1968
602 14 Program 6816, "The Meaning of Hope," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, with special message by Ralph David Abernathy, April 21, 1968
602 15 Program 6817, "A Proper Sense of Priorities," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. about Vietnam to Clergy and Laymen Concerned at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, with special message by Ralph David Abernathy, April 28, 1968
602 16 Program 6819, "The Ten Commandments for Vietnam," speech by Coretta Scott King at Peace Rally in Central Park, with special message by Ralph David Abernathy, May 12, 1968
602 17 Program 6820, "Pre-Washington Campaign," rally speeches by Ralph David Abernathy and Martin Luther King, Jr. in Mississippi, May 19, 1968
602 18 Program 6821, "Welcome to Resurrection City," rally at Resurrection City featuring Ralph David Abernathy, Jesse Jackson, and James Bevel, May 26, 1968
602 19 Program 6822, "Poor People's Campaign," excerpts from Resurrection City featuring Ralph David Abernathy, Jesse Jackson, Andrew J. Young, James Bevel, Sidney Poitier, and Robert Culp, June 2, 1968
602 20 Program 6823, "Poor People's Campaign," excerpts from Resurrection City featuring Ralph David Abernathy, Jesse Jackson, Andrew J. Young, Yolanda King, and Sidney Poitier, June 9, 1968
602 21 Program 6824, "Poor People's Campaign," mass meeting featuring Ralph David Abernathy and James Bevel at Vermont Avenue Baptist Church, June 16, 1968
602 22 Program 6825, "Poor People's Campaign," speeches by Ralph David Abernathy and Coretta Scott King at the Lincoln Memorial on Solidarity Day, June 23, 1968
602 23 Program 6826, "Poor People's Campaign," statement by Ralph David Abernathy from a Washington, D.C. jail and a mass meeting featuring Jesse Jackson, C.L. Franklin, and William A. Rutherford, June 30, 1968
602 24 Program 6827, "But If Not," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, July 7, 1968
602 25 Program 6828, "Poor People's Campaign," speeches by Marion Wright and Andrew J. Young at Minister's Conference, July 14, 1968
602 26 Program 6829, "Poor People's Campaign," statement by Ralph David Abernathy and speech by Ralph David Abernathy at Ebenezer Methodist Church, July 21, 1968
602 27 Program 6830, "The Way Out of a Dilemma," sermon by Ralph David Abernathy at West Hunter Street Baptist Church, July 28, 1968
602 28 Program 6831, "Great But," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, August 4, 1968
602 29 Program 6832, "A Letter to the Nation," sermon by Ralph David Abernathy at West Hunter Street Baptist Church, August 11, 1968
602 30 Program 6833, "Operation Breadbasket," speeches by Ralph David Abernathy and Jesse Jackson at Operation Breadbasket meeting, August 18, 1968
602 31 Program 6834, "A Creative Minority," sermon by Ralph David Abernathy at West Hunter Street Baptist Church, August 25, 1968
602 32 Program 6835, "Three Dimensions of a Complete Life," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, September 1, 1968
602 33 Program 6836, "The President's Annual Report-Part I," speech by Ralph David Abernathy to 11th Annual National Convention, September 8, 1968
602 34 Program 6837, "The President's Annual Report-Part II," speech by Ralph David Abernathy to 11th Annual National Convention, September 15, 1968
602 35 Program 6838, "Annual Keynote Address-Part I" speech by Andrew J. Young at 11th Annual National Convention, September 22, 1968
602 36 Program 6839, "Annual Keynote Address-Part II," speech by Andrew J. Young at 11th Annual National Convention, September 29, 1968
602 37 Program 6840, "We Would See Jesus," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, October 6, 1968
602 38 Program 6841, "Annual Freedom Banquet Address," speech by Coretta Scott King at 11th Annual National Convention with introduction by Ralph David Abernathy, October 13, 1968
602 39 Program 6842, "The Black Man in Politics-Part I," speech by Andrew J. Young to Ministers Leadership Training Conference, October 20, 1968
602 40 Program 6843, "The Black Man in Politics-Part II," speech by Andrew J. Young to Ministers Leadership Training Conference, October 27, 1968
602 41 Program 6844, "Get Out the Vote Drive," statements by Ralph David Abernathy and Joseph Lowery, November 3, 1968
602 42 Program 6845, "Operation Breadbasket," speech by Joseph Lowery to Operation Breadbasket ministers' conference at Ebenezer Baptist Church, November 10, 1968
602 43 Program 6846, "Wheels in the Middle of Wheels," annual conference sermon by C.L. Franklin to 11th Annual National Convention, November 17, 1968
602 44 Program 6847, untitled speech by Ralph David Abernathy at Ripon College, November 24, 1968
602 45 Program 6848, "Levels of Love," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, December 1, 1968
602 46 Program 6849, "Religion and the American Crisis," speeches by Ralph David Abernathy at Manhattan College and Mount St. Vincent College, December 8, 1968
602 47 Program 6850, "Is the Universe Friendly?" sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, December 22, 1968
603 1 Program 6851, "No Room in the Inn," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, December 29, 1968
603 2 Program 6852, "What Are Your New Year's Resolutions?" sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, with special message by Ralph David Abernathy, December 29, 1968
603 3 Program 6901, "Martin Luther King, Jr.-Pastor, Leader, Prophet," speech by Ralph David Abernathy at Colgate-Rochester Divinity School, January 5, 1969
603 4 Program 6902, "Martin Luther King, Jr...Pastor...Revolutionary," specially produced birthday tribute featuring Martin Luther King, Jr., January 12, 1969
603 5 Program 6903, "Letter from Birmingham Jail-Part I," a recorded reading by Martin Luther King, Jr., January 12, 1969
603 6 Program 6904, "Letter from Birmingham Jail-Part II," a recorded reading by Martin Luther King, Jr., January 26, 1969
603 7 Program 6905, "Martin Luther King, Jr...Pastor...Revolutionary," specially produced birthday tribute featuring Martin Luther King, Jr., February 2, 1969
603 8 Program 6908, "God Is for Real," sermon by Jesse Jackson at West Hunter Street Baptist Church, February 23, 1969
603 9 Program 6909, "Judging Others," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, March 2, 1969
603 10 Program 6910, "Indian Tour," speeches by Coretta Scott King in New Delhi, India, March 9, 1969
603 11 Program 6911, "A Program for Radical Change," speech by Ralph David Abernathy at the University of Pennsylvania, March 16, 1969
603 12 Program 6912, "Sounds of Selma," specially produced compilation of highlights from the Selma Campaign featuring Ralph David Abernathy and Martin Luther King, Jr., et al., March 23, 1969
603 13 Program 6913, "A Letter to My Dearest Friend," sermon by Ralph David Abernathy at West Hunter Street Baptist Church, March 30, 1969
603 14 Program 6914, "I've Been to the Mountaintop," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr., April 6, 1969
603 15 Program 6915, "Ten Commandments to Unify a Divided America," speech by Coretta Scott King to the Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam, April 13, 1969
603 16 Program 6916, "A New American Revolution," sermon by John Conyers at West Hunter Street Baptist Church, April 20, 1969
603 17 Program 6917, "Promises and Realities," speech by Ralph David Abernathy in Rochester, New York, April 27, 1969
603 18 Program 6918, "Unfulfilled Dreams," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, May 4, 1969
603 19 Program 6919, "Training Your Child in Love," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, May 11, 1969
603 20 Program 6920, "Resurrection City, U.S.A.," specially produced feature with highlights from the Pre-Washington Campaign and Resurrection City featuring Ralph David Abernathy, Martin Luther King, Jr., Jesse Jackson, Yolanda King, Andrew J. Young, and Jimmy Collier, May 18, 1969
603 21 Program 6921, "Mass Meeting in Charleston-Part I," speech by Ralph David Abernathy at a mass meeting in Charleston, South Carolina, May 25, 1969
603 22 Program 6922, "Interruptions," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, June 1, 1969
603 23 Program 6923, "Letter to President Nixon," speech by Ralph David Abernathy at St. Joseph's College, June 8, 1969
603 24 Program 6924, "The State of the Movement," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. at staff retreat in Frogmore, South Carolina, June 15, 1969
603 25 Program 6925, "Take Up Your Bed and Walk," sermon by Andrew J. Young at St. John's Island, Charleston, South Carolina, June 22, 1969
603 26 Program 6926, "Paving the Jericho Road," sermon by Ralph David Abernathy at New Covenant Baptist Church, June 29, 1969
603 27 Program 6927, "Making the Best of a Bad Mess," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, July 6, 1969
603 28 Program 6928, "This Dream Will Never Die," speech by Coretta Scott King in Charleston, South Carolina, July 13, 1969
603 29 Program 6929, "One Bond," speech by Ralph David Abernathy at the First Corinthian Baptist Church, July 20, 1969
603 30 Program 6930, "A Mass Meeting-The Heartbeat of a Campaign," speeches by Ralph David Abernathy, Andrew J. Young, Mary Moultrie, and Reverend Sharpe in Charleston, South Carolina, July 27, 1969
603 31 Program 6931, "Mastering Our Fears," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, August 3, 1969
603 32 Program 6932, "Racism in the Black Liberation Movement," speech by Richard G. Hatcher at 11th Annual National Convention, August 10, 1969
603 33 Program 6933, "A New Day...A New Action," speech by Andrew J. Young to the Hungry Club Forum, Butler Street YMCA, August 17, 1969
603 34 Program 6934, "Knock at Midnight," sermon by Ralph David Abernathy at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, August 24, 1969
603 35 Program 6935, "Another Lost Generation of Black Children: Can White Society Find Its Conscience?" speech by Coretta Scott King to the American Ortho-psychiatric Association, August 31, 1969
603 36 Program 6936, "A Proper Sense of Priorities," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. to Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam, September 7, 1969
603 37 Program 6937, "Tenants United for Fairness," speech by Ralph David Abernathy to Atlanta Tenants United for Fairness and tribute to A.D. Williams King, September 14, 1969
603 38 Program 6938, "Black Is Beautiful," speech by Lerone Bennett, Jr. to 10th Anniversary Convention, September 21, 1967
603 39 Program 6939, "Greene County, Alabama, Victory" speech by Ralph David Abernathy concerning successful political campaign in Greene County, Alabama, September 28, 1969
604 1 Program 6940, "Standing by the Best in an Evil Time," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, October 5, 1969
604 2 Program 6941, "The President's Annual Report-Part I," speech by Ralph David Abernathy to 12th Annual National Convention, October 12, 1969
604 3 Program 6942, "The President's Annual Report-Part II," speech by Ralph David Abernathy at 12th Annual National Convention, October 19, 1969
604 4 Program 6943, "To Look Away from the Stars," speech by John V. Lindsay at 12th Annual National Convention, October 26, 1969
604 5 Program 6944, "To Charter Our Course for the Future," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. at staff retreat in Frogmore, South Carolina, November 2, 1969
604 6 Program 6945, "Vietnam," a specially produced program featuring Martin Luther King, Jr., Ralph David Abernathy, Coretta Scott King, and Andrew J. Young, November 9, 1969
604 7 Program 6946, "Signs of Hope," speech by Andrew J. Young to the Catholic Liturgical Conference, November 16, 1969
604 8 Program 6947, "From Charleston to Total Freedom," speech by Thomas E. Kilgore at 12th Annual National Convention, November 23, 1969
604 9 Program 6948, "Black Workers and the Construction Identity," speech by Ralph David Abernathy at the Illinois Federation of Labor and appearance by Jesse Jackson on the Irv Kupcinet Show, November 30, 1969
604 10 Program 6949, "Non-Conformist," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, December 7, 1969
604 11 Program 6950, "My Life with Martin Luther King, Jr.," a conversation with Ralph David Abernathy, Coretta Scott King, and Andrew J. Young, December 14, 1969
604 12 Program 6951, "No Room in the Inn," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, December 21, 1969
604 13 Program 6952, "Moving to Another Mountain," speech by Ralph David Abernathy at a mass meeting during the 12th Annual National Convention, December 28, 1969
604 14 Program 7001, "Martin Luther King, Jr., Pastor...Revolutionary," specially produced birthday tribute featuring Martin Luther King, Jr., January 4, 1970
604 15 Program 7002, "We Didn't Know Who He Was," sermons by Ralph David Abernathy and Andrew J. Young at a memorial service for Martin Luther King, Jr., January 11, 1970
604 16 Program 7003, "What Dr. King Was All About," sermon by Jesse Jackson at a memorial service for Martin Luther King, Jr., January 18, 1970
604 17 Program 7004, "A Tribute to Dr. King," selections from a memorial program for Martin Luther King, Jr. featuring William A. Rutherford, Ralph Ellison, and James Baldwin, January 25, 1970
604 18 Program 7005, "To Charter Our Course for the Future," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. at a staff retreat in Frogmore, South Carolina, February 1, 1970
604 19 Program 7006, "Black Revolution," speech by Andrew J. Young at the 12th Annual National Convention, February 8, 1970
604 20 Program 7007, "King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis," excerpts from the press conference announcing the film featuring Ralph David Abernathy, Coretta Scott King, Andrew J. Young, Sidney Poitier, and Ely Landau, February 15, 1970
604 21 Program 7008, "The Master's Mission...Our Mission," speech by C.K. Steele at the 12th Annual National Convention with introduction by Ralph David Abernathy, February 22, 1970
604 22 Program 7009, "Mahatma Gandhi," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, March 1, 1970
604 23 Program 7010, "King: A Filmed Record...Montgomery to Memphis," a conversation with Coretta Scott King, Ralph David Abernathy, and Andrew J. Young about the film, March 8, 1970
604 24 Program 7011, "Dealing with Pharaoh," speech by Jesse Jackson, March 15, 1970
604 25 Program 7012, "A Challenge to Black Christians," speech by Ralph David Abernathy to the Progressive National Baptist Convention, March 22, 1970
604 26 Program 7013, "Beyond Vietnam-Part I," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Riverside Church, March 29, 1970
604 27 Program 7014, "Beyond Vietnam-Part II," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Riverside Church, April 5, 1970
604 28 Program 7015, "SANE Presentation of the Eleanor Roosevelt Peace Award," speech by Harry Belafonte and acceptance speech by Coretta Scott King, April 12, 1970
604 29 Program 7016, "Salute to Freedom," Hospital and Drug Workers Union Local 1299 award ceremony featuring Ralph David Abernathy, David White, and Robert Hooks, April 19, 1970
604 30 Program 7017, "Women's Role in the World Today," a panel discussion at the YMCA Centennial Medal Award Dinner, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, featuring Coretta Scott King, Margaret Mead, and Pauline Fredericks Robins, April 26, 1970
604 31 Program 7018, "The Domestic Impact of the War," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. to the National Labor Leadership Assembly for Peace, May 3, 1970
604 32 Program 7019, "Not to Kill, Conquer, and Control," speech by Jesse Jackson at the University of Chicago, May 10, 1970
604 33 Program 7020, "Strangers in the American Village," speech by Richard G. Hatcher at a soul rally for the Howard University Mississippi Project, May 17, 1970
604 34 Program 7021, "Send Not to Ask for Whom the Bell Tolls," speech by Ralph David Abernathy at a soul rally for the Howard University Mississippi Project, May 24, 1970
604 35 Program 7022, "Bread and Peace," a special program featuring Coretta Scott King and Ralph David Abernathy and a statement by Jesse Jackson, May 31, 1970
604 36 Program 7023, "Non-Conformist," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church and statement by Daniel Berrigan, June 7, 1970
604 37 Program 7024, "Justice in America: Arcadia-Part I," featuring Mark Lane, James J. Richardson, Annie Mae Richardson, and John S. Robinson with a statement by Ralph David Abernathy, June 14, 1970
604 38 Program 7025, "Justice in America: Arcadia-Part II," featuring Mark Lane, James J. Richardson, Annie Mae Richardson, and John S. Robinson with a statement by Ralph David Abernathy, June 21, 1970
605 1 Program 7026, "Justice in America: The Outline on the Wall," speech by William Kunstler at Antioch College with an introduction by Ralph David Abernathy, June 28, 1970
605 2 Program 7027, "Guidelines for a Constructive Church," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, July 5, 1970
605 3 Program 7028, "Mobilization Against Repression Rally," rally in Atlanta featuring Ralph David Abernathy, Hosea Williams, T.Y. Rogers, Joseph E. Lowery, and Glover Hartman, July 12, 1970
605 4 Program 7029, "Rally Against Repression," rally in Atlanta featuring David Dellinger and Richard G. Hatcher, and speech by Ralph David Abernathy at a rally in Jackson, Mississippi, July 19, 1970
605 5 Program 7030, "Justice in America: The Law against the People," featuring Robert Lefcourt and Florynce Kennedy, June 28, 1970
605 6 Program 7031, "Thou Fool," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Mt. Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church, August 2, 1970
605 7 Program 7032, "Towards an Ordered Society with Justice," speech by Ralph David Abernathy to the Woman's Assembly of the United Methodist Church with response by Robert Lamb, August 9, 1970
605 8 Program 7033, "Over the Nations and Over the Kingdoms," speeches by Thomas E. Kilgore and Harvey Cox to the American Baptist Convention, August 16, 1970
605 9 Program 7034, "Women of Conscience: What Are You Doing?" speech by Coretta Scott King at a Woman's Day Observance, August 23, 1970
605 10 Program 7035, "Justice in America: The Law and the Community," featuring Mildred Dweck, Catherine Krouser, Robert Lefcourt, and Eric Seitz, August 30, 1970
605 11 Program 7036, "A Position on the Question of Life," speech by James Bevel, September 6, 1970
605 12 Program 7037, "A Tribute to Septima Clark," featuring Andrew J. Young, Wyatt T. Walker, Esau Jenkins, Anne Braden, Bernard Lee, James Bevel, Rose Harding, Ralph David Abernathy, and Septima Poinsette Clark, September 13, 1970
605 13 Program 7038, "Return from Saigon-Part I," interview with Dorothy Cotton about the International Fact-Finding Committee's trip to Vietnam, September 20, 1970
605 14 Program 7039, "Return from Saigon-Part II," interview with Bernard Lafayette about the International Fact-Finding Committee's trip to Vietnam, September 27, 1970
605 15 Program 7040, "Non-Conformist," featuring Martin Luther King, Jr. and Ralph David Abernathy with a sermon by Daniel Berrigan, October 4, 1970
605 16 Program 7041, "What Time Is It?" speech by Jack O'Dell at an Operation Breadbasket meeting, October 11, 1970
605 17 Program 7042, "The Physiology of the Government," speech by Michael Cetewayo Tabor to the Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention, October 18, 1970
605 18 Program 7043, "The G.I. Movement-Part I," conversation with Ralph David Abernathy, Jack O'Dell, and Dr. Howard Levy, October 25, 1970
605 19 Program 7044, "Interruptions," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, November 1, 1970
605 20 Program 7045, "We the People...For People's Government," speech by Kenneth Gibson at the 13th Annual National Convention, November 8, 1970
605 21 Program 7046, "The G.I. Movement-Part II/An Army Wife," interview with an unidentified black Army wife, November 15, 1970
605 22 Program 7047, "Women Who Have Borne Double Oppression," speeches by Eleanor Holmes Norton, Dorothy Height, and Florynce Kennedy at New York City Commission on Human Rights hearings on Women's Role in Contemporary American Society, November 22, 1970
605 23 Program 7048, "The Black Woman and the Equal Rights Amendment," speech by Pauli Murray at New York City Commission on Human Rights hearings on Women's Role in Contemporary American Society and testimony before the House Subcommittee on Education, November 29, 1970
605 24 Program 7049, "Black Priest, White Church-Part I," discussion with Father Lawrence Lucas, Father Robert C. Chapman, and Reverend J. Metz Rollins, Jr., December 6, 1970
605 25 Program 7050, "Black Priest, White Church-Part II," discussion with Father Lawrence Lucas, Father Robert C. Chapman, and Reverend J. Metz Rollins, Jr., December 13, 1970
605 26 Program 7051, "Christmas in Jail," discussion with Stanley Eldridge, Ossie Davis, and Ruby Dee, December 20, 1970
605 27 Program 7052, "People's Church," press conference for the Young Lords Party featuring Gene Acosta, Cathy Shindal, and David Perez, December 27, 1970
605 28 Program 7101, "Letter from Birmingham Jail-Part I," recorded reading by Martin Luther King, Jr., January 3, 1971
605 29 Program 7102, "Letter from Birmingham Jail-Part II," recorded reading by Martin Luther King, Jr., January 10, 1971
605 30 Program 7103, "Addicting a Whole Generation-Part I," discussion with Dick Gregory and George Cain, January 17, 1971
605 31 Program 7104, "The Question of Power and Powerlessness in America-Part I," speech by Hulbert James to the National Student Association Convention, January 24, 1971
606 1 Program 7105, "The Question of Power and Powerlessness in America-Part II," speech by Hulbert James to the National Student Association Convention, January 31, 1971
606 2 Program 7106, "The Drum Major Instinct," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, February 7, 1971
606 3 Program 7107, "Addicting a Whole Generation-Part II," discussion with George Cain and Allen Ginsberg, February 14, 1971
606 4 Program 7108, "Addicting a Whole Generation-Part III," discussion with George Cain and Allen Ginsberg, February 21, 1971
606 5 Program 7109, "A Witness for Angela Davis on Her Birthday," speech by Ralph David Abernathy at a rally in New York with introduction by Anne Braden, February 28, 1971
606 6 Program 7110, "Who Are We?" sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church with special message from Ralph David Abernathy, March 14, 1971
606 7 Program 7111, "Justice in America: The Soledad Brothers-Part I," featuring Arthur Monroe, Doris Maxwell, Bob Jones, Mervin Donelly, Paul Cook, Gerald Lasko, and Inez Williams, March 14, 1971
606 8 Program 7112, "Georgetown," speech by Ralph David Abernathy in Georgetown, South Carolina, and statement by Ralph David Abernathy on the War Against Repression, March 21, 1971
606 9 Program 7113, "War Against Repression: Nevada," featuring George Wiley, Ruby Duncan, Jim Evans, David Dellinger, Jane Fonda, and Ralph David Abernathy, March 28, 1971
606 10 Program 7114, "I've Been to the Mountaintop," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr., April 4, 1971
606 11 Program 7115, "A Return to America-Part I," discussion with Shirley Graham Du Bois, Esther Jackson, Charlene Hunter, and Joe Walker and speech by Dorothy Cotton to Drug and Hospital Workers Union Local 1199, April 11, 1971
606 12 Program 7116, "War Against Repression: A Call to Action," discussion with Hosea Williams, George Wiley, Al Hubbard, and David Dellinger, April 18, 1971
606 13 Program 7117, "War Against Repression: The Family Assistance Plan," discussion with Hosea Williams, Jeanette Washington, and Hulbert James, April 25, 1971
606 14 Program 7118, "None of Us Can Go Home Anymore," discussion with Henry Wilms and Bob Hanson about the war in Vietnam and speech by Al Hubbard, May 2, 1971
606 15 Program 7119, "Cairo, Illinois: The Handwriting on the Wall," speech by Leon Page of the Black United Front of Cairo, Illinois, May 9, 1971
606 16 Program 7120, "Dewey Canyon III," excerpts from Vietnam Veterans Against the War rally in Washington, D.C. featuring Vietnam veterans and Ralph David Abernathy, May 16, 1971
606 17 Program 7121, "A Return to America-Part II," discussion with Shirley Graham Du Bois, Esther Jackson, Charlene Hunter, and Joe Walker, May 23, 1971
606 18 Program 7122, "Georgetown-Part II," discussion with Carl E. Farris and Jack O'Dell about a labor struggle in Georgetown, South Carolina, May 30, 1971
606 19 Program 7123, "But If Not," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, June 6, 1971
606 20 Program 7124, "Justice in America: The Harlem Six," discussion with Conrad Lynn and the mothers of the Harlem Six, June 13, 1971
606 21 Program 7125, "The Black Manifesto Still Lives," speech by James Forman to the National Council of Churches, June 20, 1971
606 22 Program 7126, "Abortion Rap," discussion with Florynce Kennedy and Diane Schulder, June 27, 1971
606 23 Program 7127, "Who Is My Neighbor?" sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, July 4, 1971
606 24 Program 7128, "Justice in America: Arcadia-Part I," featuring Mark Lane, James J. Richardson, Annie Mae Richardson, and John S. Robinson with a statement by Ralph David Abernathy, July 11, 1971
606 25 Program 7129, "Justice in America: Arcadia-Part I," featuring Mark Lane, James J. Richardson, Annie Mae Richardson, and John S. Robinson with a statement by Ralph David Abernathy, July 18, 1971
606 26 Program 7130, "Justice in America: The Law and the Community," featuring Mildred Dweck, Catherine Krouser, Robert Lefcourt, and Eric Seitz, July 25, 1971
606 27 Program 7131, "Judging Others," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, August 1, 1971
606 28 Program 7132, "The Winter Soldier Investigation," excerpts from testimony by Vietnam veterans at the Winter Solder Investigation in Detroit, Michigan, August 6, 1971
606 29 Program 7133, "Justice in America: Angela Davis," speech by Ralph David Abernathy at a rally for Angela Davis, August 13, 1971
606 30 Program 7134, "Women of Conscience: What Are You Doing?" speech by Coretta Scott King at a Woman's Day Observance, August 22, 1971
606 31 Program 7135, "Justice in America: The Soledad Brothers-Part I," featuring Arthur Monroe, Doris Maxwell, Bob Jones, Mervin Donelly, Paul Cook, Gerald Lasko, and Inez Williams, August 27, 1971
606 32 Program 7136, "Levels of Love," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, September 3, 1971
606 33 Program 7137, "Dear Sister," discussion with James Baldwin and Joe Walker about Angela Davis, September 10, 1971
606 34 Program 7143, "Free Angela...Free Our Brothers...Free Our Sisters...Free Ourselves," speeches by Dick Gregory and Haywood Burns with an introduction by Ossie Davis at a National United Committee to Free Angela Davis rally, October 22, 1971
606 35 Program 7144, "Justice in America: The Quincy Five," interview with Jessie Lee Fields, Martha Jugger, and Jim Anderson, October 29, 1971
606 36 Program 7146, "The News about the War," excerpts from testimony by Vietnam veterans at the Winter Soldier Investigation in Detroit, Michigan, November 12, 1971
606 37 Program 7147, "Palante," discussion with Iris Morales, Richard Perez, and Michael Abramson about the Young Lords Party, November 19, 1971
606 38 Program 7149, "Mastering Our Fears," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, December 3, 1971
606 39 Program 7150, "The Third World Movement-Part III: The United Farm Workers," discussion about the United Farm Workers, December 10, 1971
606 40 Program 7151, "Christmas in Jail," discussion with Stanley Eldridge, Ossie Davis, and Ruby Dee, December 17, 1971
606 41 Program 7152, "No Room in the Inn," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, December 24, 1971
607 1 Program 7205, highlights from the First International Black Cultural and Business Exposition banquet in New York City, January 28, 1972
607 2 Program 7207, "The Arithmetic of Power Politics," speech by Walter E. at the 15th Annual National Convention, February 12, 1972
607 3 Program 7209, "A Memorial Tribute to Mahalia Jackson," eulogy by Ralph David Abernathy with music by Mahalia Jackson, February 25, 1972
607 4 Program 7210, "Thou Fool," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Mt. Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church, March 3, 1972
607 5 Program 7211, "Towards an Ordered Society with Justice," speech by Ralph David Abernathy to the Women's Assembly of the United Methodist Church with response by Robert Lamb, March 10, 1972
607 6 Program 7213, "I've Been to the Mountaintop," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr., March 24, 1972
607 7 Program 7215, "An Easter Sunday Sermon," sermon by Joseph E. Lowery at Central United Methodist Church, March 31, 1972
607 8 Program 7215, "National Black Political Convention," speech by Richard Hatcher, April 7, 1972
607 9 Program 7216, "Interruptions," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, April 15, 1972
607 10 Program 7217, "Justice in America: Soledad Brothers-Too Late for George Jackson," featuring Arthur Monroe, Bob Jones, Doris Maxwell, Mervin Donelly, Paul Cook, Gerald Lasko, and Inez Williams, April 21, 1972
607 11 Program 7220, "Defense for the Case of the Vietnamese," featuring Angela Davis and Ralph David Abernathy, May 12, 1972
607 12 Program 7222, "Oppression in South Africa," speech by Abel Muzorewa at the annual conference of the United Methodist Church and speech by Ralph David Abernathy at the United Nations Special Committee on Apartheid, May 26, 1972
607 13 Program 7223, "Beyond Vietnam-Part I," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. to Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam, June 2, 1972
607 14 Program 7226, "A Personal Tribute to Martin Luther King and W.E.B. Du Bois," speech by Harry Belafonte at Freedomways magazine's Annual W.E.B. Du Bois Cultural Evening, June 23, 1972
607 15 Program 7227, "Urban Education: Challenge of the Seventies," speech by Andrew J. Young to the Hungry Club Forum of the Butler Street YMCA, June 30, 1972
607 16 Program 7228, "Political Mandate for '72," statement by Ralph David Abernathy to the Platform Committee of the National Democratic Party Convention, July 7, 1972
607 17 Program 7230, "Crisis in American Cities-Part II," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr., July 21, 1972
607 18 Program 7233, "Where Is Labor's Worth Redeemed?" featuring Carl E. Farris, August 11, 1972
607 19 Program 7234, "Justice in America: The Aftermath of Attica," interview with Richard Clark about prison reform, August 18, 1972
607 20 Program 7235, "Defense for the Case of the Vietnamese," featuring Angela Davis and Ralph David Abernathy, August 25, 1972
607 21 Program 7236, "Civil Rights at the Crossroads," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. to the International Union of Teamsters, September 1, 1972
607 22 Program 7237, "What's Going On?" speech by H.H. Brookins at the 15th Annual National Convention, September 8, 1972
607 23 Program 7238, "America's Unfinished Symphony," speech by Joseph E. Lowery at the 15th Annual National Convention, September 15, 1972
607 24 Program 7239, "I'm Going Through," speech by Ralph David Abernathy at the 15th Annual National Convention with introduction by Calvin Morris, September 22, 1972
607 25 Program 7240, "America's Chief Moral Dilemma," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr., September 29, 1972
607 26 Program 7241, "Banquet Speech-Part I," speech by Angela Davis at the 15th Annual National Convention, October 6, 1972
607 27 Program 7242, "Banquet Speech-Part II," speech by Angela Davis at the 15th Annual National Convention, October 13, 1972
607 28 Program 7243, "Challenge of Poor People," speech by Jack O'Dell at the 15th Annual National Convention, October 20, 1972
607 29 Program 7245, "Human Injustices," speech by Ronald Dellums at the NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner in Atlanta, Georgia, November 3, 1972
607 30 Program 7246, "Blacks in Foreign Affairs," speech by Hugh H. Smythe at Atlanta University, November 10, 1972
607 31 Program 7247, untitled speech by Ivanhoe Donaldson to PRIDE, Inc. in Washington, D.C., November 11, 1972
607 32 Program 7249, "Education and Political Power," speech by Charles Hurst in Washington, D.C., December 1, 1972
607 33 Program 7250, "Justice in America-Part I," discussion with Cleveland Coleson, Robert Ruggers, Faye Bellamy, and Dorothy Cotton about prisons, December 8, 1972
607 34 Program 7252, "Christmas in Prison," discussion with Stanley Eldridge, Ossie Davis, and Ruby Dee, December 22, 1972
607 35 Program 7253, "Letter from Birmingham Jail-Part I," recorded reading by Martin Luther King, Jr., December 29, 1972
607 36 Program 7302, "Martin Luther King, Jr...Pastor...Revolutionary," specially produced birthday tribute featuring Martin Luther King, Jr., circa January 1973
607 37 Program 7303, "In Search for a Sense of Direction," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. at a mass meeting at Vermont Avenue Baptist Church, circa January 1973
607 38 Program 7304, "Unfulfilled Dreams," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church, circa January 1973
607 39 Program 7305, "A Proper Sense of Priorities," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. to Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam, circa February 1973
607 40 Program 7306, "The Philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr.," special program featuring excerpts from sermons and speeches by Martin Luther King, Jr. about poverty, circa February 1972
607 41 Program 7307, "Three Dimensions of a Complete Life," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, circa February 1973
607 42 Program 7401, "I Have a Dream," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr., circa January 1974
607 43 Program 7402, "A Nation in Crisis," address by Ralph David Abernathy at the 16th Annual National Convention, circa January 1974
607 44 Program 8509, 1985
607 45 "I Have a Dream," speech by Martin Luther King, Jr., undated
607 46 List of empty program files, from 1972
607 47 Program bulletins, 1968-1973
607 48 Program master lists, 1967-1970
607 49 Unidentified program featuring Andrew J. Young, circa 1974
607 50 Unidentified program featuring Daniel Berrigan, 1970
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