Subseries 19.1
Martin Luther King Speaks, 1968-1997

Historical Note

SCLC began broadcasting Martin Luther King Speaks, a weekly thirty minute radio program, in early 1967, with staff members producing and distributing the programs out of SCLC's New York office. Martin Luther King Speaks moved to the Atlanta office in 1972. After 1973, SCLC continued to produce programs but distribution was handled by radio networks. The radio program was broadcast, with interruptions in service, at least through 1979. Martin Luther King Speaks regularly aired the speeches and sermons of Martin Luther King, Jr. The leadership of SCLC also used it to publicize campaigns and direct action efforts, with Ralph David Abernathy and other staff members frequently appearing on the air.

During the late 1960s and early 1970s, Martin Luther King Speaks collected and catalogued audio tapes of King and other movement leaders, many of which they aired on the radio program. These programs demonstrate SCLC's engagement with various social movements in the late 1960s and 1970s, including the student movement, anti-war protests and the Black Power movement. The show featured interviews, often conducted by staff members, with such prominent figures as Allen Ginsberg, Dick Gregory, and Harry Belafonte. It also aired several programs featuring activists in the women's movement; for instance, in 1971, an interview with Florynce Kennedy and Diane Schulder about their controversial book, Abortion Rap. Angela Davis appeared on several programs, and speeches by Eleanor Holmes Norton and Dorothy Height were also aired. In addition, the radio show produced its first record for individual distribution in 1969 and began selling recordings of King and of other programs on a larger scale in 1971. Martin Luther King Speaks continued to sell tapes of King's speeches and sermons until at least 2000.

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of audio recordings of the SCLC produced radio show Martin Luther King Speaks from 1968-1997. 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. Programs with unknown numbers are denoted by a question mark. Recordings are minimal for the years 1967-1969.

See Series 11 for administrative files of the program, as well as program transcripts and original interview and speech transcripts.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in chronological order by program number.

Box Folder Content
- - Program ?, undated. "I Have a Dream," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at the Lincoln Memorial on August 28, 1963 (version 1)
- - Program ?, undated. "I Have a Dream," Martin Luther King Jr. speech at the Lincoln Memorial on August 28, 1963 (version 2)
- - Program ?, undated. "Great, but...," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on July 2, 1967
- - Program ?, undated. "Guidelines for a Constructive Church," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Church on June 6, 1966
- - Program ?, undated. "Magic's Greatest Assist," Joseph E. Lowery sermon at Cascade United Methodist Church in circa November 1991
- - Program ?, undated. "Standing by the Best in an Evil Time," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on August 6, 1967
- - Program ?, undated. "The Crisis in Civil Rights," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Operation Breadbasket Conference, Chicago, Illinois in July 1967
- - Program ?, undated. "The Non-Conformist," Martin Luther King, Jr., sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on January 16, 1966
- - Program ?, undated. "The Other America," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Grosse Pointe High School, Michigan, on March 14, 1968
- - Program ?, undated. "The Prodigal Son," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on September 4, 1966
- - Program ?, undated. "These are the Gifts of the Black Man to America," Lerone Bennett, Jr. speech at the Black is Beautiful, It's Beautiful to Be Black, SCLC event held on August 16, 1967
- - Program ?, undated. "Training a Child in Love," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on May 8, 1966
- - Program ?, undated. "Unfulfilled Dreams," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on March 3, 1968
- - Program ?, undated. "Who Are We?," Martin Luther King, Jr., Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 5, 1966
- - Program ?, undated. Joseph E. Lowery, interview on SCLC's role on AIDS education and liberation lifestyles in circa 1990s
- - Program ?, undated. Joseph E. Lowery, speech at mass meeting in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, "Disturbed, Distressed, and Determined," undated
- - Program ?, undated. Joseph E. Lowery, speech at a SCLC Breadbasket Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia
- - Program 6706, 1967 May 21. "Civil Rights at the Crossroads," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at a meeting of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters on May 2, 1967
- - Program 6718, 1967. "Great, but..." Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on July 2, 1967
- - Program 68??, 1968. Martin Luther King, Jr. discussing a planned march (Poor People's Campaign) on Washington, D.C. to secure support for the poor in the United States
- - Program 6826, 1968 June 30. "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, outtakes
- - Program 6831, 1968 August 4. "Great, but..." Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on July 2, 1967
- - Program 6902, 1969 January 12. "Martin Luther King, Jr...Pastor...Revolutionary," specially produced birthday tribute featuring Martin Luther King, Jr.
- - Program 6924, 1969 June 15. "The State of the Movement," Martin Luther King, Jr. talks to staff in Frogmore, South Carolina in November 1967
- - Program 6928, 1969 July 13. "This Dream Will Never Die," Coretta Scott King speech at Stoney Field Stadium in Charleston, South Carolina on May 29, 1969
- - Program 6934, 1969 August 24. "A Knock at Midnight," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Chicago on April 2, 1969
- - Program 7014, 1970. "Beyond Vietnam," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Riverside Church in New York City on April 4, 1967 [part 2 only]
- - Program 7033, 1970 August 16. "Over the Nations and Over the Kingdoms," speeches by Thomas E. Kilgore and Harvey Cox to the American Baptist Convention, Cincinnati, Ohio
- - Program 7048, 1970 November 29. "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
- - Program 7049, 1970 December 6. "Black Priest, White Church-Part I," discussion with Father Lawrence Lucas, Father Robert C. Chapman, and Reverend J. Metz Rollins, Jr.
- - Program 7050, 1970 December 13. "Black Priest, White Church-Part II," discussion with Father Lawrence Lucas, Father Robert C. Chapman, and Reverend J. Metz Rollins, Jr.
- - Program 7051, 1970 December 20. "Christmas in Jail," Stanley Eldridge interviewed by Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee
- - Program 7052, 1970 December 27. "People's Church," press conference for the Young Lords Party featuring Gene Acosta, Cathy Shindal, and David Perez
- - Program 7101, 1971 January 3. "Letter from Birmingham Jail-Part I," recorded reading by Martin Luther King, Jr. on October 20, 1967
- - Program 7102, 1971 January 10. "Letter from Birmingham Jail-Part II," recorded reading by Martin Luther King, Jr. on October 20, 1967
- - Program 7103, 1971 January 17. "Addicting a Whole Generation-Part I," discussion with Dick Gregory and George Cain
- - Program 7104, 1971 January 24. "The Question of Power and Powerlessness in America-Part I," speech by Hulbert James to the National Student Association Convention, St. Paul, Minnesota
- - Program 7106, 1971 February 7. "The Drum Major Instinct," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 4, 1968
- - Program 7107, 1971 February 14. "Addicting a Whole Generation-Part II," discussion with George Cain and Allen Ginsberg
- - Program 7108, 1971 July 9. "Addicting a Whole Generation-Part III," discussion with George Cain and Allen Ginsberg
- - Program 7110, 1971 March 7. "Who Are We?" Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 5, 1966 with special message from Ralph David Abernathy
- - Program 7111, 1971 March 14. "Justice in America: The Soledad Brothers-Part I," featuring Arthur Monroe, Doris Maxwell, Bob Jones, Mervin Donelly, Paul Cook, Gerald Lasko, and Inez Williams
- - Program 7112, 1971 March 21. "Georgetown," Ralph David Abernathy speech in Georgetown, South Carolina and Ralph David Abernathy, Declaration of War Against Repression
- - Program 7114, 1971 April 4. "I've Been to the Mountaintop," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech in Memphis, Tennessee on April 3, 1968
- - Program 7115, 1971 April 11. "A Return to America-Part I," discussion with Shirley Graham DuBois, Esther Jackson, Charlene Hunter, and Joe Walker and speech by Dorothy Cotton to Drug and Hospital Workers Union Local 1199
- - Program 7117, 1971 April 25. "War Against Repression: The Family Assistance Plan," discussion with Hosea Williams, Jeanette Washington, and Hulbert James
- - Program 7118, 1971 May 2. "None of Us Can Go Home Anymore," discussion with Henry Wilms and Bob Hanson about the war in Vietnam and speech by Al Hubbard
- - Program 7119, 1971 May 9. "Cairo, Illinois: The Handwriting on the Wall," speech by Leon Page of the Black United Front of Cairo, Illinois
- - Program 7121, 1971 May 23. "A Return to America-Part II," discussion with Shirley Graham DuBois, Esther Jackson, Charlene Hunter, and Joe Walker
- - Program 7122, 1971 May 30. "Georgetown-Part II," discussion with Carl E. Farris and Jack O'Dell about a labor struggle in Georgetown, South Carolina
- - Program 7123, 1971 June 6. "But If Not," sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. at Ebenezer Baptist Church in November 1967
- - Program 7125, 1971 June 20. "The Black Manifesto Still Lives," speech by James Forman to the National Council of Churches
- - Program 7126, 1971 June 27. "Abortion Rap," discussion with Florynce Kennedy and Diane Schulder
- - Program 7128, 1971 July 11. "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
- - Program 7129, 1971 July 16. "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
- - Program 7130, 1971 July 23. "Justice in America: The Law and the Community," featuring Mildred Dweck, Catherine Krouser, Robert Lefcourt, and Eric Seitz, National Lawyers Guild
- - Program 7131, 1971 July 30. "Judging Others," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on June 4, 1967
- - Program 7132, 1971 August 6. "The Winter Soldier Investigation," excerpts from testimony by Vietnam veterans at the Winter Solder Investigation in Detroit, Michigan
- - Program 7133, 1971 August 13. "Justice in America: Angela Davis," Ralph David Abernathy speech at a rally for Angela Davis with introduction by Anne Braden
- - Program 7134, 1971 August 20. "Women of Conscience: What Are You Doing?" Coretta Scott King speech at a Woman's Day Observance in Montclair, New Jersey
- - Program 7135, 1971 August 27. "Justice in America: The Soledad Brothers-Part II," featuring Arthur Monroe, Doris Maxwell, Bob Jones, Mervin Donelly, Paul Cook, Gerald Lasko, and Inez Williams
- - Program 7136, 1971 September 3. "Levels of Love," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on May 21, 1967
- - Program 7137, 1971 September 10. "Dear Sister," James Baldwin, Joe Walker, and George Caine discuss the Angela Davis trail
- - Program 7138, 1971 September 17. "The Third World Problem" panel at 14th Annual National Convention, Al Hubbard, about Vietnam Veterans Against the War and Rev. Mrs. Willie Barrow, Operation Breadbasket Director, about the Paris Peace Talks
- - Program 7139, 1971 September 24. Soledad Brothers Defense Committee before George Jackson's death. Rerun
- - Program 7140, 1971 October 1. "The Meaning of Hope," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery on December 10 1967
- - Program 7141, 1971 October 8. "Justice in America: Attica--Part I," discussion of the Attica Prison riots by former inmate, rebelling prisoners, and their hostages
- - Program 7142, 1971 October 15. "Justice in America: Attica--Part II," discussion about Attica Prison riots by Arthur O. Eve, Juan Fi Ortiz, Jose Paris, Dolores Costello, Julio Carlos
- - Program 7143, 1971 October 22. "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
- - Program 7144, 1971 October 29. "Justice in America: The Quincy Five," interview with Jessie Lee Fields, Martha Jugger, and Jim Anderson
- - Program 7145, 1971 November 5. "Making the Best of a Bad Mess," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on April 1966
- - Program 7146, 1971 November 12. "The News about the War," excerpts from testimony by Vietnam veterans at the Winter Soldier Investigation in Detroit, Michigan
- - Program 7149, 1971 December 3. "Mastering Our Fears," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on September 10, 1967
- - Program 7150, 1971 December 10. "The Third World Movement-Part III: The United Farm Workers," discussion about the United Farm Workers
- - Program 72??, 1972. "America's Unfinished Symphony," Joseph E. Lowery speech
- - Program 7204, 1972 January 21. "People are the Most Precious," Hosea Williams interview during his tour of Peoples Republic of China by the Third World Media News
- - Program 7205, 1972 January 28. Highlights from the First International Black Cultural and Business Exposition banquet in New York City
- - Program 7207, 1972 February 11. "The Arithmetic of Power Politics," Walter E. Fauntroy speech at the 15th Annual National Convention in Dallas, Texas
- - Program 7208, 1972 February 18. "The Mood of American Youth," Martin Luther King, Jr. talks to staff in Frogmore, South Carolina in November 1967
- - Program 7209, 1972 February 25. "A Memorial Tribute to Mahalia Jackson," eulogy by Ralph David Abernathy with music by Mahalia Jackson
- - Program 7210, 1972 March 3. , "Thou Fool," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Mt. Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church on August 27, 1967
- - Program 7211, 1972 March 10. "Towards an Ordered Society with Justice," Ralph David Abernathy speech at the Women's Assembly of the United Methodist Church in Houston, Texas, with response by Robert Lamb
- - Program 7212, 1972 March 17. Ralph David Abernathy speech at Hungry Club Forum, Butler Street YMCA in Atlanta on January 4, 1972
- - Program 7213, 1972 March 24. "I've Been to the Mountaintop," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech in Memphis, Tennessee on April 3, 1968
- - Program 7214, 1972 March 31. "An Easter Sunday Sermon," Joseph E. Lowery sermon at Central United Methodist Church, Atlanta on Easter 1971
- - Program 7217, 1972 April 21. "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
- - Program 7227, 1972 June 30. "Urban Education: Challenge of the Seventies," speech by Andrew J. Young speech to the Hungry Club Forum at Butler Street YMCA on May 10, 1972
- - Program 7233, 1972 August 11. "Where Is Labor's Worth Redeemed?" featuring Carl E. Farris, National Labor Coordinating Committee, discussing labor organization among hospital workers in Birmingham, Alabama
- - Program 7243, 1972 October 20. "Challenge of Poor People," Jack O'Dell speech at the 15th Annual National Convention Workshop in Dallas, Texas
- - Program 7306, 1973. "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, Side B
- - Program 74??, 1974. Leon Hall speech at the 17th Annual National Convention, Education Workshop, August 1974
- - Program 7401, 1974 February 8. "I Have A Dream," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at the Lincoln Memorial on August 28, 1963
- - Program 7408, 1974 March 29. "Where Do We Go From Here," Floyd B. McKissick speech
- - Program 7414, 1974 May 11. Ralph David Abernathy address to SCLC Board meeting in Cincinatti on April 16 1974
- - Program 7415, 1974 May 17. William "Sonny" Walker speech at Hungry Club Forum in Atlanta, speaking on the Office of Economic Opportunity
- - Program 7424. "Three Dimensions of a Complete Life," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Chicago on April 9, 1967
- - Program 7425, 1974 July 27. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaking out against war, condemning religious support of war includes Midnight speech
- - Program 7430, 1974 August 31. Ralph David Abernathy's address to the 17th Annual National Convention in Philadelphia on August 13, 1974
- - Program 7432, 1974 September 14. Judith Lightfoot, President of National Organization of Women, addressing Women's Rights Workshop at 17th Annual National Convention in Philadelphia
- - Program 7435, 1974 October 5. Ralph David Abernathy presenting Rosa Parks Award to Cecily Tyson and Martin Luther King Jr. Award to Frank Mills at the 17th Annual National Convention
- - Program 7439, 1974 November 2. "The Good Samaritan," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on August 28, 1966
- - Program 7441, 1974 November 16. Ralph David Abernathy discussing the purpose, history, and future of the SCLC
- - Program 7442, 1974 November 23. "America's Greatest Moral Dilemma," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Hungry Club Forum in Atlanta on May 10, 1967
- - Program 7446, 1974 December 21. "Christmas in Jail," Stanley Eldridge interviewed by Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee
- - Program 7447, 1974 December 28. "Letter from Birmingham Jail-Part I," recorded reading by Martin Luther King, Jr. on October 20, 1967
- - Program 7501, 1975 January 4. "Letter from Birmingham Jail-Part II," recorded reading by Martin Luther King, Jr. on October 20, 1967
- - Program 7502, 1975 January 11. Ralph David Abernathy speech on five black men who went missing in Pensacola, Florida
- - Program 7504, 1975 January 25. "Who Are We?," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 5, 1966
- - Program 7506, 1975 February 4. "Unfulfilled Dreams," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on March 3, 1968
- - Program 7506, 1975 February 8. "The Lost Sheep," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on September 18, 1966
- - Program 7507, 1975 February 15. Ralph David Abernathy discussing goals and objectives of the movement
- - Program 7508, 1975 February 22. "Guidelines for a Constructive Church," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Church on June 6, 1966
- - Program 7509, 1975 March. "The Drum Major Instinct," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 4, 1968
- - Program 7510, 1975 March 8. "Great, but..." Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on July 2, 1967
- - Program 7511, 1975 March 15. Ralph David Abernathy speech, protesting prosecution of Joanne Little
- - Program 7512, 1975 March 22. "Unfulfilled Dreams," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on March 3, 1968
- - Program 7514, 1975 April 5. "I've Been to the Mountaintop," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech in Memphis, Tennessee on April 3, 1968
- - Program 7515, 1975 April 12. Walter E. Fauntroy speech at King Birthday Celebration
- - Program 7517, 1975 April 26. Ralph David Abernathy speech at a rally in Waynesboro, Mississippi
- - Program 7518, 1975 May 3. "Three Dimensions of a Complete Life," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Chicago on April 9, 1967
- - Program 7522, 1975 May 31. Bernard Scott Lee addressing an SCLC board meeting
- - Program 7523, 1975 June 14. "The Non-Conformist," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on January 16, 1966
- - Program 7524, 1975 June 14. Tyrone Brooks speech at rally in Pensacola, Florida on deaths of five black men
- - Program 7525, 1975 June 21. Ralph David Abernathy speech to rally in Pensacola, Florida on May 23, 1975
- - Program 7526, 1975 June 27. "America's Greatest Moral Dilemma," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Hungry Club Forum in Atlanta on May 10, 1967
- - Program 7528, 1975 July 11. James Boggs speaking to SCLC Board meeting in Spring 1975
- - Program 7529, 1975 July 18. "The Minister to the Valley," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Minister's Leadership Training Conference in Miami on February 23, 1968
- - Program 7530, 1975 July 25. Vernon Jordan, National Urban League president, address
- - Program 7531, 1975 August 1. Ralph David Abernathy speech in Moss Point, Mississippi regarding the arrest of Christopher A. Moore in circa April 1975
- - Program 7532, 1975 August 7. "Civil Rights as a Crossroad," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at a meeting of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters on May 2, 1967
- - Program 7533, 1975 August 15. "Who Are We?," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 5, 1966
- - Program 7534, 1975 August 22. "The Other America," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Grosse Pointe High School, Michigan, on March 14, 1968
- - Program 7535, 1975 August 29. Ralph David Abernathy, president's address to 18th Annual National Conference in Anniston, Alabama
- - Program 7536, 1975 September 5. Walter E. Fauntroy speech at a banquet at the 18th Annual National Conference in Anniston, Alabama
- - Program 7537, 1975 September 12. "In Search for a Sense of Direction," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at mass meeting at the Vermont Avenue Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. on February 7, 1968
- - Program 7538, 1975 September 20. Martin Luther King, Sr. address at SCLC Board meeting at the 18th Annual National Convention in Anniston, Alabama
- - Program 7539, 1975 September 27. Leon Hall speech at the 18th Annual National Conference in Anniston, Alabama, August 1975
- - Program 7543, 1975 October 25. "Guidelines for a Constructive Church," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Church on June 6, 1966
- - Program 7546, 1975 November 15. "Unfulfilled Dreams," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on March 3, 1968
- - Program 7547, 1975 November 22. Ralph David Abernathy address
- - Program 7548, 1975 November 29. "Making the Best of a Bad Mess," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on April 24, 1966
- - Program 7549, 1975 December 6. "The Three Dimensions of a Complete Life," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Chicago on April 9, 1967
- - Program 7550, 1975 December 27. "What Are Your New Year's Resolutions?," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on January 7, 1968
- - Program 7551, 1975 December 20. "No Room at the Inn," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on December 19, 1965
- - Program 76??, 1976. John Churchill speech at the National Black Parents Organization Convention and promos for 20th Annual National Convention
- - Program 7601, 1976 January 3."Letter from Birmingham Jail," recorded reading by Martin Luther King, Jr. on October 20, 1967, part 1
- - Program 7603, 1976 January 17. "America's Greatest Moral Dilemma," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Hungry Club Forum in Atlanta on May 10, 1967
- - Program 7605, 1976 January 31. Bernard Scott Lee addressing a rally in Louisville, Kentucky
- - Program 7606, 1976 February 7. "The Good Samaritan," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on August 28, 1966
- - Program 7608, 1976 February 21. Vivian Henderson, address to 18th Annual National Conference
- - Program 7609, 1976 February 28. "The Other America," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Grosse Pointe High School, Michigan, on March 14, 1968
- - Program 7610, 1976 March 6. "In Search for a Sense of Direction," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at mass meeting at the Vermont Avenue Baptist Church, Washington, D.C. on February 7, 1968
- - Program 7611, 1976 March 13. "Thou Fool," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Chicago on August 27, 1967
- - Program 7612, 1976 March 20. Rosa Parks, speaking at the 25th Anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott
- - Program 7613, 1976 March 27. "Great, but..." Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on July 2, 1967
- - Program 7614, 1976 April 3. "I've Been to the Mountaintop," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech in Memphis, Tennessee on April 3, 1968
- - Program 7616, 1976 April 17. "Who Are We?," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 5, 1966
- - Program 7617, 1976 April 24. "The Lost Sheep," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on September 18, 1966
- - Program 7622, 1976 May 29. "America's Greatest Moral Dilemma," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Hungry Club Forum in Atlanta on May 10, 1967
- - Program 7624, 1976 June 12. "Is the Universe Friendly?," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on December 12, 1965
- - Program 7627, 1976 July 3. "To Serve the Present Age," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon on June 25, 1967
- - Program 7633, 1976 August 14. "In Search for a Sense of Direction," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at mass meeting at the Vermont Avenue Baptist Church, Washington, D.C. on February 7, 1968
- - Program 7634, 1976 August 31. "The Other America," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Grosse Pointe High School, Michigan, on March 14, 1968
- - Program 7635, 1976 September 7. "Thou Fool," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Chicago on August 27, 1967
- - Program 7636, 1976 August 27. "Great, but ..." Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on July 2, 1967
- - Program 7637, 1976 September 11. "Who Are We?," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 5, 1966
- - Program 7638, 1976 September 18. "The Lost Sheep," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on September 18, 1966
- - Program 7639, 1976 September 25. "Unfulfilled Dreams," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on March 3, 1968
- - Program 7640, 1976 October 2. "Three Dimensions of a Complete Life," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Chicago on April 9, 1967
- - Program 7641, 1976 October 9. "Where Do We Go From Here?," Martin Luther King, Jr. address to 10th Annual National Convention in August 1967
- - Program 7642, 1976 October 16. "America's Greatest Moral Dilemma," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Hungry Club Forum in Atlanta on May 10, 1967
- - Program 7643, 1976 October 23, Program 7643. "Guidelines for a Constructive Church," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Church on June 6, 1966
- - Program 7644, 1976 October 29, "The Drum Major Instinct," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 4, 1968
- - Program 7645, 1976 November 6, "The Good Samaritan," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on August 28, 1966
- - Program 7646, 1976 November 6. "Is The Universe Friendly?," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on December 12, 1965
- - Program 7647, 1976 November 20. "The Prodigal Son," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on September 4, 1966
- - Program 7649, 1976 December 4. "The Non-Conformist," Martin Luther King, Jr., sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on January 16, 1966
- - Program 7650, 1976 December 11. "Mastering Our Fears," Martin Luther King, Jr., sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on September 9, 1967
- - Program 7651, 1976 December 18. "No Room at the Inn," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on December 19, 1965
- - Program 7652, 1976 December 26. "What Are You New Year's Resolutions?," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on January 7, 1968
- - Program 77??, 1977. "The Other America," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Grosse Pointe High School, Michigan, on March 14, 1968 and announcement of the 20th Annual National Convention
- - Program 77??, 1977 August. Joseph E. Lowery speech upon accepting SCLC presidency, Ebenezer Baptist Church, August 16, 1977
- - Program 7712, 1977 March 19. "The Lost Sheep,"Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on September 18, 1966
- - Program 7719, 1977 May 6. "The Drum Major Instinct," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 4, 1968
- - Program 7720, 1977 May 14. "The Good Samaritan," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on August 28, 1966
- - Program 7721, 1977 May 21. "Is the Universe Friendly?," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on December 12, 1965
- - Program 7722, 1977 May 28. "The Prodigal Son," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on September 4, 1966
- - Program 7724, 1977 May 11. "The Non-Conformist," Martin Luther King, Jr., sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on January 16, 1966
- - Program 7725, 1977 June 18. "Mastering Our Fears," Martin Luther King, Jr., sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on September 9, 1967
- - Program 7726, 1977 June 25, "Who is My Neighbor," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 18, 1968
- - Program 7727, 1977 July 2. "The Crisis in Civil Rights," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Operation Breadbasket Conference, Chicago, Illinois in July 1967
- - Program 7728, 1977 July 9. "Interruptions," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on January 21, 1968
- - Program 7729, 1977 July 23. "In Search for a Sense of Direction," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at mass meeting at the Vermont Avenue Baptist Church, Washington, D.C. on February 7, 1968
- - Program 7732, 1977 August 5. "Thou Fool," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Chicago on August 27, 1967
- - Program 7736, 1977 September. "Unfulfilled Dreams," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on March 3, 1968
- - Program 7738, 1977 September 16. Martin Luther King, Jr. address to 1967 Annual National Convention
- - Program 7739, 1977 September 17. "America's Greatest Moral Dilemma," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Hungry Club Forum in Atlanta on May 10, 1967
- - Program 7741, 1977 October 8. "The Drum Major Instinct," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 4, 1968
- - Program 7742, 1977 October 15. "The Good Samaritan," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on August 28, 1966
- - Program 7744, 1977 October 29. "The Prodigal Son," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on September 4, 1966
- - Program 7802, 1978 January 7. "Letter from Birmingham Jail," recorded reading by Martin Luther King, Jr. on October 20, 1967, part 1
- - Program 7806, 1978 January 29. "The Crisis in Civil Rights," Martin Luther King, Jr., speech at Operation Breadbasket Conference, Chicago, Illinois in July 1967
- - Program 7806, 1978. "The Other America," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Grosse Pointe High School, Michigan, on March 14, 1968
- - Program 7809, 1978. "The Three Dimensions of a Complete Life," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Chicago on April 9, 1967
- - Program 7812, 1978 March 18. "Guidelines for a Constructive Church," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Church on June 6, 1966
- - Program 7817, 1978 April 22. "Is the Universe Friendly?," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on December 12, 1965
- - Program 7818, 1978. "The Non-Conformist," Martin Luther King, Jr., sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on January 16, 1966
- - Program 7819, 1978. "The Crisis in Civil Rights," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Operation Breadbasket Conference, Chicago, Illinois in July 1967
- - Program 7824, 1978. "Interruptions," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on January 21, 1968
- - Program 7829, 1978. "Prodigal Son," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on September 4, 1966
- - Program 7831, 1978 July 28. "Mastering Our Fears," Martin Luther King, Jr., sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on September 9, 1967
- - Program 7832, 1978 August 4. "The Good Samaritan," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on August 28, 1966
- - Program 7837, 1978 September 15. "Guidelines for a Constructive Church" Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Church on June 6, 1966
- - Program 7839, 1978 September 29. "Where Do We Go From Here?," Martin Luther King, Jr. address to 10th Annual National Convention in August 1967
- - Program 7840, 1978 October 6. "Interruptions," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on January 21, 1968
- - Program 7842, 1978 October 20. "In Search for a Sense of Direction," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at mass meeting at the Vermont Avenue Baptist Church, Washington, D.C. on February 7, 1968
- - Program 79??, 1979. Joseph E. Lowery sermon at the National Conference of Black Churchman (San Francisco, California) on the Implication of the Jonestown tragedy on the Black Church
- - Program 79??, 1979 April. Joseph E. Lowery sermon commemorating the 11th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
- - Program 79??, June 1979. Joseph E. Lowery address at Operation PUSH, SCLC Day in Chicago, Illinois
- - Program 79??, 1979 December 31. "What Are Your New Year's Resolutions?," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on January 7, 1968
- - Program 7910, 1979 March 10. "Levels of Love," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on May 21, 1967
- - Program 8049, December 7, 1980. "The Meaning of Hope," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery on December 10, 1967
- - Program 8050, December 14, 1980." Standing by the Best in an Evil Time," Martin Luther King, Jr., sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on August 6, 1967
- - Program 8052, December 28, 1980. Parren Mitchell address on the 1980 election and the Moral Majority
- - Program 8102, January 11, 1981. "The Drum Major Instinct," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 4, 1968
- - Program 8116, April 19, 1981. "The Minister to the Valley," Martin Luther King, Jr. speech at Minister's Leadership Training Conference in Miami on February 23, 1968
- - Program 8451, 1984. "No Room at the Inn," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on December 19, 1965
- - Program 8827, 1988. "The Crisis in Civil Rights," Martin Luther King, Jr., speech at Operation Breadbasket Conference, Chicago, Illinois in July 1967
- - Program 8828, 1988. "Who Are We?," Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on February 5, 1966
- - Program 8829, 1988. "Great, but..." Martin Luther King, Jr. sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church on July 2, 1967
- - Program 91??, 1991. SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., The Church: The Minister Reponsonding to AIDS in the African American Community, Willie Barrow, Alicia Cruse, and Tim McDonald, 1991, part 1
- - Program 91??, 1991. SCLC/W.O.M.E.N., The Church: The Minister Responding to AIDS in the African American Community, Cecil Williams, Leontine Kelly, Willie Barrow, Joe Beasely and Juanita Stone, part 2
- - Program 94??, 1994 August. Joseph Lowery State of the Movement address at the 37th Annual National Convention
- - Program 97??, 1997. "Where Do We Go From Here?," Joseph E. Lowery, 20th Annual Convention Presidential Address, Ebenezer Baptist Church, July 28, 1997
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