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Midnight is a confusing hour when it is difficult to be faithful. The most inspiring word that the church must speak is that no midnight long remains.

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.s 1967 speech at Stanford. Here, he expounds on his nonviolent philosophy and methodology.

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"How Long, Not Long" is the popular name given to the public speech delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. on the steps of the State Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, after the successful completion of the Selma to Montgomery March on March 25, 1965.

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And there are three dimensions of any complete life to which we can fitly give the words of this text: length, breadth, and height.

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On Christmas Eve 1967, Dr. King delivered this sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church, where he served as co-pastor.

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"Where Do We Go from Here?" speech delivered to the 10th annual session of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in Atlanta, GA.

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s 1967 speech at the Barratt Junior High School in Philadelphia. Here, he speaks to students about being the best people they can be, regardless of their status in life.

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A sermon by Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. in which he raises several themes including how he wishes to be remembered

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Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his Nobel Peace Prize Lecture in the Auditorium of the University of Oslo, Norway, on December 11, 1964. This is a full-length audio recording of the lecture.

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And one of the great liabilities of life is that all too many people find themselves living amid a great period of social change, and yet they fail to develop the new attitudes, the new mental responses, that the new situation demands. They end up sleeping through a revolution.

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