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1955 Montgomery, AL. Dr Martin Luther King Jr speaks to reporters about the importance of nonviolent "attitude of love," after the The Montgomery Bus Boycott. 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Film
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King calls out against automation for taking jobs.
August 28, 1963. Washington, DC. 'I Have a Dream Speech' delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. on the steps in front of the Lincoln memorial. 4K Overscan of Vintage  Archival Newsreel
CIRCA 1968 - The civil rights leadership of Martin Luther King Jr. and H. Rap Brown are contrasted.
1950s Birmingham, AL. Civil Rights Leader Martin Luther King is arrested, finger printed, mug shot and placed in jail cell for non violent protest. 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Newsreel Film
April 3, 1968 Memphis, TN. The day before his assassination, Martin Luther King, Jr delivers his last speech to a group of sanitation workers in Memphis, Tennessee. 4K Overscan of 16mm Newsreel Film
CIRCA 1963 - Civil rights leaders A. Philip Randolph, Roy Wilkins, Walter Reuther, and Martin Luther King lead the March on Washington.
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King condemns segregation.
CIRCA 1960s - The civil rights leadership of Martin Luther King Jr. and Stokely Carmichael are contrasted.
CIRCA 1963 - Thousands participate in the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, while "We Shall Overcome" is played.
Washington, United States of America. 28 August 1963. “I have a dream”,  Martin Luther King speaks to the crowd during the civil rights march
CIRCA 1968 - Shortly before his assassination in Memphis, Tennessee, Martin Luther King Jr. gives a speech declaring that he will never give.
CIRCA 1963 - In his speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Martin Luther King describes his dream for the nation.
March 25, 1965. Montgomery, AL. ON the steps of the  State Capitol, Dr Martin Luther King Jr. delivers the speech 'Our God is Marching On!', aka 'How Long, Not Long' Speech. 4K Overscan of Newsreel
CIRCA 1965 - Civil rights demonstrators march in Harlem in support of Selma.
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King speaks on the nature of suffering and brotherhood.
CIRCA 1963 - Dr. Martin Luther King gives his I Have A Dream speech at the Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
CIRCA 1965 - Martin Luther King leads a peaceful march through Selma, and is granted the right to pray.
CIRCA 1963 - Marchers are shown as well as the Washington Monument and singer Marian Anderson takes the stage during the March on Washington.
CIRCA 1963 - Dr. Martin Luther King gives his I Have A Dream speech at the Lincoln Memorial at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
Washington, DC - USA - February 16 2022: The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial statue in seen at night in the winter. The Washington Monument is seen in the background through the trees.
1956 Montgomery, AL. Martin Luther King Jr. address crowd and calls off The Montgomery Bus Boycott after City agrees to desegregate the Bus Lines. Audience applauds the victory. 4K Overscan of Film
CIRCA 1963 - Martin Luther King concludes his speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom by sharing his hope that freedom will ring.
1963 Birmingham, AL. Black Children trained in nonviolent tactics are Arrested and Assaulted with barking dogs and high-pressure water hoses. 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Newsreel Film
Happy Martin Luther King jr. Day. Patriot Day US American Flag Waving background. US American Flag Loop Animation.
1956 Montgomery, AL. Black Americans walk to work, refusing to ride buses during the Montgomery Bus Boycott. 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Film Newsreel
1955 Montgomery, AL.  Martin Luther King Jr address reporters about The Montgomery Bus Boycott and Rosa Parks. View of downtown Montgomery Alabama. 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Film Print
CIRCA 1965 - Martin Luther King leads the Freedom March across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama while Military Police drive by.
1965 Selma, AL. John Lewis leads a Civil Rights March over the Edmund Pettus Bridge. Alabama State Troopers in gas mask attack protesters with billy clubs and nightsticks. 4K Overscan of Vintage Film
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King urges listeners to vote.
August 28, 1963. Washington, DC. 'I Have a Dream Speech' delivered by Martin Luther King Jr. on the steps in front of the Lincoln memorial. 4K Overscan of Vintage  Archival Newsreel
CIRCA 1963- Civil rights activists are shown marching during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
CIRCA 2020 United States President Trump and Vice President Pence visit civil rights leader Martin Luther King Memorial.
1963 Washington, DC. Civil Rights Supporters march on Washington to listen to Martin Luther King deliver his 'I Have a Dream' Speech. 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Newsreel Film Print
Martin Luther King Day animated footage with American flag. MLK
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King stresses the importance of non-violence.
April 9, 1968, Atlanta, GA, Martin Luther King Jr.'s casket being pulled by horse-drawn carriage in the funeral procession after being killed by assassin's bullet in Memphis.  4K Overscan of Newsreel
CIRCA 1968 - In a speech in Memphis, Martin Luther King urges the enthusiastic audience to join him in protest.
1965 Chicago, IL. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  speech about the cost of inequity, the difference between the upper and lower social class during the Chicago Freedom Movement. 4K Overscan of Newsreel
March 9th,1966. Selma, AL. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gives speech to Nonviolent Demonstrators before the Selma to Montgomery March. 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival Newsreel 16mm Film Print
CIRCA 1963 - People from all over the nation arrive in Washington DC for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
Washington, DC, USA- March 11th, 2021: A closeup time-lapse of light and shadows passing over the MLK memorial.
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally, Martin Luther King condemns not only bad racist people, but good people who stay silent.
CIRCA 1960s - Dr. Martin Luther King gives his I Have A Dream speech at the Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
CIRCA 1968 - African-Americans march and sing together after the assassinations of Martin Luther King and RFK.
CIRCA 1960s - Civil Rights Activists are arrested in Montgomery, Alabama for protesting segregation, led by Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.
Washington DC- March 21st 2022: A 4k time lapse of the MLK Memorial in Washington DC with fully bloomed Cherry Blossoms in the foreground.
CIRCA 1965 - Excellent silent footage of the civil rights movement Selma-to-Montgomery march with Martin Luther King.
1960s: Military police escort civil rights marchers across bridge. Martin Luther King, Jr. walks in line. Cars. People walk. Sign.
CIRCA 1968 - In an interview with the press, Martin Luther King explains why he didn't just grab a bullhorn to try and calm things down.
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King says that poor blacks and whites must unite to advance change.
ATLANTA, GEORGIA - NOV 26TH: Outside Ebenezer Baptist Church where Martin Luther King Jr preached in Atlanta, Georgia on October 26th, 2018
CIRCA 1960s - Led by Martin Luther King Jr., Civil Rights protesters rode on desegregated buses to Montgomery, Alabama as part of the Freedom Ride.
A smooth gimbal shot of the street intersection of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks in Detroit Michigan.
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King says that the Civil Rights Bill is only the first step.
1965 Birmingham, AL. Despite  poll taxes and literacy tests, Martin Luther King begins Voter Registration campaign which eventually established Voting Rights Act into law. 4K Overscan of Archival Film
1965 Chicago, IL White Supremacist clash with non-violent civil right demonstrators during the Chicago Freedom Movement. Martin Luther King is hit with bricks and bottles. 4K Overscan of Archival Film
1965 Selma, AL. Martin Luther King gives speech about Non Violent Protest, saying 'Now is the Time' 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Newsreel Film
1963 Birmingham, AL. Martin Luther King leads the Birmingham Campaign  a series of mass meetings, direct actions, lunch counter sit-ins, marches on City Hall, and a boycott of downtown merchants. 4K
Washington, United States of America. August 1963. Martin Luther king speaks to the crowd during the civil rights march
Washington, DC, USA - 04 09 2021: Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Stone of Hope is located in West Potomac Park next to the National Mall in Washington, DC.
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE - CIRCA 2010s - Exterior of the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated on April 4, 1968.
Washington, DC - August 2020: A view of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial at the Tidal Basin.
1963 Birmingham, AL. High powered hoses used on African-American civil rights demonstrators. Commissioner Bull Connor orders violence against peaceful protesters. 4K overscan of Vintage Archival Film
CIRCA 1964 - At the Chicago Freedom Movement rally at Soldier Field, Martin Luther King stresses the importance of non-violence when protesting.
August 5th, 1966. Chicago, IL. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr talks to Reporters about being hit in the head with a Rock during Nonviolent Protest during Chicago Freedom Movement. 4K Overscan of Newsreel
April 30, 1967, Atlanta, GA. Speaking from the pulpit at Ebenezer Baptist Church, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. criticizes the Vietnam War. 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Newsreel Film Print
1960s: Martin Luther King Jr. leads a march in Alabama. Protestors hold US and UN flags. Photograph of King speaking, with mug shots. Letters and a canceled check for King.
CIRCA 1963 - In his speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Martin Luther King describes his dream for the nation.
CIRCA 1963 - Civil rights activists are shown marching during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
CIRCA 1963 - In his speech at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Martin Luther King speaks on the importance of faith.
CIRCA 1963 - Huge crowds are gathered to hear Martin Luther King's speech at the March on Washington.
1960s: Martin Luther King Jr. and a mixed race group march in Selma, Alabama. Counter protester hold up a sign. Police pull a man out of a tree and is carried off. Protesters on a sidewalk.
Martin Luther King Day Animated Text, I Have a Dream Handwritten Lettering
Montgomery, Alabama / USA - August 25, 2019: Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, Justice Rolls Down Quote
1960s: Martin Luther King talks to man and walks in civil rights march. Men and women march in street.
CIRCA 1963 - Marchers are shown as well as the Washington Monument and singer Marian Anderson takes the stage during the March on Washington.
Washington, DC - USA - March 11 2022: The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial's granite statue of Dr. King seen on a winter day. Tourists visit the site. The camera makes a tilt-up motion to the statue.
CIRCA 1963 - Civil rights organizers are shown with crowds at the Washington Monument and signs are readied for the March on Washington.
1955 Montgomery, AL. Martin Luther King Jr. discuses "the tragic self destruction of racial hatred." 4K Overscan of Vintage Archival 16mm Film Print
CIRCA 1968 - Members of the Poor People's Campaign gather at the Lincoln Memorial, holding up banners.
CIRCA 1963 - Activists sing and clean up as Martin Luther King departs at the outset of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
CIRCA 1968 - Participants in the Poor People's March on Washington march past the camera, some of them wearing pins with Martin Luther King on them.
CIRCA 1951 - Martin Luther King Jr. is interviewed and the Ku Klux Klan burns a cross and gambling is shown.
1960s: Photographs of the assassinated Martin Luther King, Jr., at the Lorraine Motel, in Memphis, Tennessee, the funeral for MLK and upset African Americans are shown, in 1968.
CIRCA 1965 - Martin Luther King addresses people gathered in Selma, Alabama for the Freedom March and they are surrounded by state troops.
CIRCA 1968 - In an interview with the press, Martin Luther King admits he did not come to Memphis properly prepared for the situation there. -
CIRCA 1964 - Mahalia Jackson concludes singing "I Am a Poor Pilgrim of Sorrow" at the Chicago Freedom Movement rally in Soldier Field.
August 28, 1963. Washington, DC. 'I Have a Dream Speech' delivered by Martin Luther King Jr., saying 'Transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice' 4K Overscan of Vintage  Archival Newsreel
1966 Chicago, IL. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr speaking at a podium, discusses Redlining and Civil Rights Testing, the investigative tool used to gather evidence of discrimination. 4K Overscan Newsreel
Martin Luther King Day animated footage with American flag. National celebration. Birth dates. I have a dream slogan.
Martin Luther King discusses the connection between the American Civil Rights Movement, Gandhi and the worldwide freedom movement in 1963. (1960s)
CIRCA 1963 - First responders carry people out on gurneys and stretchers after the bombing of a church in Birmingham, Alabama.
1960s - The 1963 March on Washington civil rights rally. Martin Luther King speaks.
Montgomery, Alabama / USA - August 26, 2019: Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, Until Justice Rolls Down Like Waters Quote
CIRCA 1963 - Civil rights activists board a bus and travel to the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
Montgomery, Alabama / USA - August 29, 2019: Establishing, Edmund Pettus Bridge From Selma to Montgomery Alabama
Washington, DC - USA - March 22 2022: Crowds of tourists flock to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial during the annual peak cherry blossom bloom. The Washington Monument is visible in the distance.
Sacramento California January 16th 2017 4k Aerial Martin Luther King Jr March. peaceful demonstration Stock footage.
Washington, DC - USA - March 26 2022: Ultra-wide low angle shot of tourists visiting the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on the National Mall in D.C. during peak Cherry Blossom bloom on a spring day.
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