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Recollections of Traveling With Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

On April 14, 1967, Dr. King spoke at Stanford University
Celeste Fremon
Written by Celeste Fremon

In January 2019, The Annenberg Foundation Trust, in partnership with the Gandhi King Institute for Nonviolence and Social Justice, hosted a gathering of many of Martin Luther King Jr.’s closest advisers during his quest for a better America.

To honor Dr. King, here are some brief clips from the recollections expressed at that historic retreat by those who knew him well.

This is not a long video, but it’s worth your time. Enjoy.

On April 14, 1967, Dr. King spoke at Stanford University, photo courtesy of Stanford University News Service


  • This is a blog that allows the kkk pd aka racist cops to say what they really think under the identity of their choosing. They dont give a damn about Dr. King, therefore this is a pointless article.

  • Celeste, I found this video quite powerful & have sent it off to a number of college students who need to see & think about it. Thanks!
    The comment by 2kin reflects a troubled mind, simply hate speech.

  • 2Kin many may not care, but someone passing by this thread just might care. I don’t believe that all of America is racist, I don’t believe all men have the same same views as the KKK……..but only a chosen few. The dream is still alive, it’s still in the works and some day in someone’s lifetime this same dream will be a reality.

    Stay Blessed,

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