Dr. Martin Luther King
Speeches & Writings

1955 Address to Montgomery Bus Boycott Mass Meeting (transcript), Holt Street Baptist Church, December 12, 1955.
1957Birth of a New Nation Montgomery, AL. April 1957
1957Give Us the Ballot, Washington DC. May 1957.
1958Who Speaks for the South?, Liberation magazine. March 1958.
1960The Burning Truth in the South. SCLC reprint of Progressive article. (See Alabama Attacks Black Leaders for background.)
1962 Draft Second Emancipation Proclamation, Martin Luther King & Clarence Jones. May 1962.
1963Letter From a Birmingham Jail, April 1963
1963I Have a Dream, Washington DC. August 1963
1964Address to Christian Action in London re the Civil Rights Movement in American and the Anti-Apartheid Stuggle in South Africa. United Kingdom. December 1964.
1964 Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech, Oslo, Norway. December 1964
1965The Nobel Prize, statement by Dr. King extending his prize acceptance speech. As published in Liberation magazine. January 1965.
1965 How Long? Not Long — Our God is Marching On! Address to voting rights marchers, Montgomery AL. March 1965
1966The Last Steep Ascent, Martin Luther King. The Nation March 1966
1966 Address to Chicago Freedom Festival, March 1966.
1966My Dream, Chicago Defender, April 1966.
1966 Power for the Powerless, Jackson MS. August 1966
1967 Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence. Riverside Church, NYC, April 1967.
Address to Anti-War Marchers, NYC, April 1967
1967 The Other America, Stanford Univ. April 1967
1967 Where do we go from here? Atlanta GA, August 1967
1967 Excerpts From "The Crises in America's Cities". Re: the causes of urban "riots." August 1967.
1968 The Drum Major Instinct, sermon Delivered at Ebenezer Baptist Church. Atlanta GA. February 1968.
1968 Honoring Dr. Du Bois. Du Bois Centennial Address at Carnegie Hall. New York City. February, 1968.
1968 "I Have Been to the Mountain Top". Dr. King's last speech, Memphis, TN. April 1968.

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