MLK Nobel Speech 1964

January 21st, 2014
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Econintersect:  Martin Luther King accepted the Nobel Prize for Peace 10 December 1964 at the University of Oslo.  Although his address on this occasion is less well known than his famous "I Have a Dream" speech delivered during the 28 August 1963 March on Washington, it is no less important a statement of Dr. King's philosophy.  It speaks to the ideal of non-violent change with more intellectual and less emotional intensity than the earlier, more public address.

Video and transcript accessible after the Read more >> jump.
Martin Luther King speaking in Oslo 10 December 1964.

Follow up:

Read the full transcript of the address here.

John Lounsbury


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