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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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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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Rod Serling speaking at UCLA on November 11, 1966. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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Arnold Toynbee lecturing at UCLA on April 1, 1963. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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Lawrence Durrell speaking at UCLA on January 12, 1972. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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Joseph Heller speaking at UCLA on April 8, 1970. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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Angela Davis speaking at UCLA on October 8, 1969. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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Jack Benny speaking at UCLA on April 11, 1973. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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In this lecture recorded at UCLA in 1973, Alan Watts briefly lays out his philosophy. At the time Watts was a popular author and lecturer, known for interpreting Eastern religious ideas for a Western audience.

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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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