Martin Luther King Jr. Speaking Outside UN, NYC, 1967 (Crowd)
© Ken Regan

Martin Luther King Jr. Speaking Outside UN, NYC, 1967 (Crowd)

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By Ken Regan
About the image
Martin Luther King, Jr. stands at the podium in front of a sea of people while preparing to give a speech. Besides winning the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize, King was awarded at least fifty honorary degrees from universities in the U.S. and elsewhere, testament to his profound influence on the civil rights movement.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Speaking Outside UN, NYC, 1967 (Crowd)
Martin Luther King Jr. Speaking Outside UN, NYC, 1967 (Crowd)