▶ Honoring MLK: King on War and DN! Newly Discovered 1964 MLK Speech on Civil Rights, Segregation & Apartheid South Africa

King had the courage to tell the truth knowing full well that his life would likely end. The nation besmirches King’s memory by largely focusing on his early “I have a dream” period and by refusing to recognize and honor his peace activism and his work to upend the corporate war on the poor.

By Bruce Gagnon  OrganizingNotes  January 15, 2015

MLK died for our collective sins in Vietnam and here at home where the poor were, and still are, ignored and repressed by the corporate oligarchy that controls our government.  King was killed because he moved beyond civil rights into the peace movement as he could no longer ignore the great evil that Washington was committing in Vietnam and across the US.  King had the courage to tell the truth knowing full well that his life would likely end.The nation besmirches King’s memory by largely focusing on his early “I have a dream” period and by refusing to recognize and honor his peace activism and his work to upend the corporate war on the poor.

We honor MLK by keeping his whole life in front of the public and continuing his work for truth, peace, and justice.


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Exclusive: Newly Discovered 1964 MLK Speech on Civil Rights, Segregation & Apartheid South Africa DEMOCRACY NOW! newly discovered speech by MLK on December 7, 1964 in London. Refers to Dred Scott decision, Minnesota connection.  Click here to hear the speech.

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