Martin Luther King jr.: Why I Am Opposed to The War in Vietnam

The same speech he could make today … on multiple wars, the world economic system, our narrowed understanding about others, about life …:

Video: Martin Luther King jr. – Why I Am Opposed to The War in Vietnam, 23.32 min:

  • 1): on The Real News’ website. The whole speech is reprinted here. Sections in bold were omitted in the video;
  • 2): with Video sequences on YouTube’s channel, uploaded January 16, 2012: Martin Luther King Jr gave this sermon at the Ebenezer Baptist Church on April 30, 1967. Once you’ve watched the video, we urge you to read the speech in its entirety. Note: As part of the process of creating imagery for this video, the speech was edited for length.  


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