Martin Luther King Jr. at a Podium Speaking Outside UN, NYC, 1967
© Ken Regan

Martin Luther King Jr. at a Podium Speaking Outside UN, NYC, 1967

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By Ken Regan
About the image
Martin Luther King is often credited with being one of the most eloquent and powerful orators in U.S. history. This shot by Ken Regan captures the civil rights leader at his fiery best. On January 17, 2000, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day was officially observed in all fifty states for the first time. 

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Ken left a small archive of SIGNED photographs when he passed in which this piece may be included - please contact us for the latest details on any remaining signed photographs.

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Martin Luther King Jr. at a Podium Speaking Outside UN, NYC, 1967
Martin Luther King Jr. at a Podium Speaking Outside UN, NYC, 1967