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Martin Luther King at the UN for an Anti-Vietnam War Demonstration (15 April 1967)

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From the Archives: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. makes a speech in front of UN Secretariat Building at the Anti-Vietnam War Demonstration. Crowd marching carries signs on United Nations Plaza.
Silent, English
Speech with sounds starts at min 3:45.
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