Martin Luther King, Jr. : the last interview and other conversations.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Anderson - Anderson Main Library||B King Martin (Text)||22960001321792||Adult Biography||Available||-|
|York - Rock Hill Branch||323.092 KING (Text)||33205011580707||Adult Non-Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781612196169
- Physical Description: vii, 115 pages ; 21 cm.
- Publisher: Brooklyn : Melville House, 
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Editor's Note -- "The New Negro" : Interview with Richard Heffner, The Open Mind, February 10, 1957 -- "Advice for Living" : Ebony, May 1958 -- Interview by Mike Wallace, June 25, 1958 -- From Who Speaks for the Negro? : Interview with Robert Penn Warren, March 18, 1964 -- Conversation with Martin Luther King : Sixty-eighth annual convention of the Rabbinical Assembly, March 25, 1968.
"As the Black Lives Matter movement gains momentum, and books like Ta-Nehisi Coates's Between the World and Me and Claudia Rankine's Citizen swing national attention toward the racism and violence that continue to poison our communities, it's as urgent now as ever to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr., whose insistence on equality and peace defined the Civil Rights Movement and forever changed the course of American history. This collection ranges from an early 1961 interview in which King describes his reasons for joining the ministry (after considering medicine), to a 1964 conversation with Robert Penn Warren, to his last interview, which was conducted on stage at the convention of the Rabbinical Assembly, just ten days before King's assassination. Timely, poignant, and inspiring, Martin Luther King, Jr.: the last interview is an essential addition to the Last Interview series"-- Provided by publisher.
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