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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.s speech at UCLA on April 27, 1965. This speech offered courtesy of UCLA Communications Studies Department and The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change.

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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 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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Charles Schulz speaking at UCLA on May, 24, 1971. 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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Ray Bradbury speaking at UCLA on January 17, 1968. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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Rod Serling speaking at UCLA on May 17, 1971. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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Lawrence Ferlinghetti speaking at UCLA on May 20, 1969. 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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Joseph Heller speaking at UCLA on April 8, 1970. From the archives of the UCLA Communications Studies Department.

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