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"But If Not": Dr. Martin Luther King Gives a Sermon On Civil Disobedience in a Rare Recording

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We turn now to a rare recording of the Reverend Dr.Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s a sermon Dr. King gave to Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta in 1967. It’s about civil disobedience and it’s called 'But If Not.'

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  • Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., giving a sermon titled "But if Not" at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia in November, 1967.

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