THE COLLECTED WORKS OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.



Dr. Martin Luther King was recognized around the world as the leader of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States and was one of the most respected human rights leaders in the world. He can now be seen and heard on a new collection that includes over 12 hours of video, 10 hours of audio, over 300 pages of speeches and a collection of FBI files. This digital collection is easily downloadable and is playable on any computer, iPhone or iPad! This is an excellent companion to the Malcolm X Audio Collection. Click on the link below to order.


VIDEO (12 hours)

Documentaries
Dr. King - An American Story (110 min)
The Story of Dr. Martin Luther King (60 min)
The Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King (80 min)
Who Killed Dr. Martin Luther King (60 min)

Historical Footage
Open Mind - The New Negro (30 min)
Dr. Martin Luther King Face to Face (30 min)
Dr. Martin Luther King on Meet the Press in 1965 (25 min)
Dr. Martin Luther King Interview (20 min)
I Have A Dream Speech - March on Washington (20 min)
Dr. Martin Luther King Assassination Newsreel (10 min)
Dr. Martin Luther King on the Vietnam War (10 min)
Dr Martin Luther King in Cleveland 1967 (10 min)
Malcolm X on Dr. Martin Luther King (15 min)
Dr. Martin Luther King Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech (12 min)
Dr. Martin Luther King on Malcolm X (10 min)
Dr. Martin Luther King at the Stockholm Opera House (7 min)
Dr. Martin Luther King in Cleveland 1963 and 1965 (5 min)
I Have Been to the Mountaintop (3 min)
Robert Kennedy on the Death of Dr. Martin Luther King (5 min)
Dr. Martin Luther King on Civil Rights (5 min)
Dr. Martin Luther King - Black is Beautiful (2 min)
Dr. Martin Luther King on Face the Nation (30 sec)
Dr. Martin Luther King on Muhammad Ali (30 sec)
Dr. Martin Luther King and Malcolm X Meeting (30 sec)

AUDIO (10 hours)
Rediscovering Lost Values (Feb. 28, 1954)
First Montgomery Improvement Association (Dec. 5, 1955)
Pauls Letter to American Christians (Nov. 4, 1956)
Birth of a New Nation (April 7, 1957)
Give Us the Ballot (May 17, 1957)
Love Your Enemies (Nov. 17, 1957)
Address at Freedom Hall Rally Detroit (June 23, 1963)
I Have a Dream - March for Jobs (Aug. 28, 1963)
Eulogy for the Young Victims (Sept. 18, 1963)
Nobel Peace Prize (Dec. 10, 1964)
The Selma to Montgomery March (March 25, 1965)
The American Dream (July 4, 1965)
Guidelines for a Constructive Church (June 5, 1966)
Beyond Vietnam (April 4, 1967)
The Three Dimensions of a Complete Life (April 9, 1967)
Knock at Midnight (Aug. 16, 1967)
Where Do We Go From Here (Aug. 16, 1967)
Why Jesus Called a Man a Fool (Aug. 27, 1967)
The Drum Major Instinct (Feb. 4, 1968)
Unfulfilled Dreams (March 3, 1968)
Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution (March 31, 1968)
I Have Been to the Mountaintop (March 3, 1968)

TEXT (330 pages)
Rediscovering Lost Values (Feb. 28, 1954)
1st Montgomery Improvement Association (Dec. 5, 1955)
Pauls Letter to American Christians (Nov. 4, 1956)
Birth of a New Nation (April 7, 1957)
Garden of Gethsemane (April 14, 1957)
Give Us the Ballot (May 17, 1957)
Love Your Enemies (Nov. 17, 1957)
Pilgrimage to Nonviolence (April 13, 1960)
The Burning Truth in the South (May 5, 1960)
Letter From Birmingham Jail (April 16, 1963)
Address at Freedom Hall Rally Detroit (June 23, 1963)
I Have a Dream - March for Jobs (Aug. 28, 1963)
Eulogy for the Young Victims (Sept. 18, 1963)
Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance (Dec. 10, 1964)
Nobel Prize Lecture (Dec. 11, 1964)
The Selma to Montgomery March (March 25, 1965)
The American Dream (July 4, 1965)
Guidelines for a Constructive Church (June 5, 1966)
Beyond Vietnam (April 4, 1967)
The Three Dimensions of a Complete Life (April 9, 1967)
Knock at Midnight (Aug. 16, 1967)
Where Do We Go From Here (Aug. 16, 1967)
Why Jesus Called a Man a Fool (Aug. 27, 1967)
The Drum Major Instinct (Feb. 4, 1968)
Unfulfilled Dreams (March 3, 1968)
The Other America (March 14, 1968)
Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution (March 31, 1968)
I Have Been to the Mountaintop (March 3, 1968)


FBI Files (226 pages)
More than 226 pages of FBI Files.


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