Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis on April 3, 1968: “Let Us Develop a Kind of Dangerous Unselfishness”
Former Sanitation Worker and Community Organizers Recall the 1968 “I Am a Man” Sanitation Worker Strike & King’s Last Hours in Memphis
Rev. Jesse Jackson on Witnessing the Assassination of Dr. King
Retired Memphis Policeman: No Black Officers Assigned to Martin Luther King on Day of Assassination
National Civil Rights Museum: The Motel Where Dr. King was Shot Today a Museum That Preserves His Legacy
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