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Listen to a recording of Muhammad Ali speaking at UCLA in 1968. Ali was not only one of the greatest boxers of all time, but he was also a charismatic speaker, as this public speech proves.

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In this talk delivered at UCLA in 1985 about a year before his death, Herbert touches upon a number of the themes in his Dune saga.

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In this great speech that Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered on April 27, 1965, he provides a brief history of the progress in race relations in the United States and also his outlook on how far America has yet to go to further confront racial injustice.

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Langston Hughes Speaking at UCLA on February 16, 1967. With a closing from Louis Lomax. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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In this 1968 talk at UCLA, author Alex Haley discusses his research and writing processes for The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1965) and the book that would become Roots: The Saga of an American Family (1976).

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In August of 1966 comedian Lenny Bruce passed away at the age of 40 from a drug overdose. Earlier that year in February he gave this funny freewheeling talk at UCLA.

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Cesar Chavez speaking at UCLA on October 11, 1972. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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William F. Buckley and Louis Lomax debate civil rights at UCLA on December 13, 1965. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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Buckminster Fuller speaking at UCLA on June 16, 1973. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau speaking at UCLA on December 1, 1971. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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