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Download/stream speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Freegal is a downloadable music service for library cardholders but you can also find some spoken word recordings such as the speeches by Dr. King.

  • Go to Richland Library's Freegal page
  • enter your Richland Library card number and PIN
  • Enter "Martin Luther King, Jr." as artist
  • Select an album, then click "Download Now" which is located on the menu button next to your chosen speech
  • You have 6 free downloads per week which are yours to keep.

    You may also stream any desired speech. Hover your cursor over the CD cover art then click "stream now" as prompted. Streaming allows you to listen to an entire CD or your desired speech while connected to the internet.

    A select list of DVD/CD and Freegal recordings are listed below.


    Amazon Says: The March on Washington for Jobs an Freedom (aka The March) in August 1963 was to become one of the most important moments in contemporary history. It was the moment when one more...
    Amazon Says: The March on Washington for Jobs an Freedom (aka The March) in August 1963 was to become one of the most important moments in contemporary history. It was the moment when one of the world's greatest leaders spoke*carrying the hopes and dreams of millions of disenfranchised American People; those who had faced two centuries of injustice were about to stand up for their Human Rights. This will be a documentary about a moment when the President of the United States feared a demonstration happening and the then director of America's internal secret service agency tried to sabotage the lead up. And it will recount the events when 250*000 people from across a continent came together to form the largest demonstration the young American democracy had ever seen and freed themselves from the shackles of history. less...
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    Amazon Says: His impact on American life cannot be understated. His teachings informed a generation to love, not hate. His dream, although yet unrealized, will someday become a reality. Re more...
    Amazon Says: His impact on American life cannot be understated. His teachings informed a generation to love, not hate. His dream, although yet unrealized, will someday become a reality. Revisit the life and times of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., from his days as a preacher to the violent and exhilirating days of the Civil Rights Movement. Writer/director Tom Friedman takes a long hard look at this man who changed the nature of public discourse in America, and who legacy will live on forever. Also includes two rare speeches by Dr. King, Jr. 2002/color/60 min/NR/Stereo. less...
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    Amazon Says: Original footage features highlights from dramatic speeches and conversations apanning 1956 to 1968, including his last address on April 3, 1968, the night before his assassin more...
    Amazon Says: Original footage features highlights from dramatic speeches and conversations apanning 1956 to 1968, including his last address on April 3, 1968, the night before his assassination in Memphis. less...
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    Amazon Says: This companion volume to "A Knock At Midnight: Inspiration from the Great Sermons of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr". includes the text of his most well-known oration, "I Have a more...
    Amazon Says: This companion volume to "A Knock At Midnight: Inspiration from the Great Sermons of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr". includes the text of his most well-known oration, "I Have a Dream", his acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize, and "Beyond Vietnam", a powerful plea to end the ongoing conflict. Includes contributions from Rosa Parks, Aretha Franklin, the Dalai Lama, and many others. less...
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    Quincy P. Says: Features highlights of major speeches given by the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
    Amazon Says: 1. Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C. - August 28, 1963 2. Brown Chapel, Selma, Alabama - March 8, 1965 3. Final Speech, day before Dr. King`s Assassination - April 3, 1968 4. more...
    Amazon Says: 1. Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C. - August 28, 1963 2. Brown Chapel, Selma, Alabama - March 8, 1965 3. Final Speech, day before Dr. King`s Assassination - April 3, 1968 4. Robert F. Kennedy Eulogy - April 4, 1968 less...
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