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Stokely Carmichael - Black Power [1966]

Shirley Chisholm - Equal Rights for Women [1969]

Fredrick Douglass - What to the Slave on the Fourth of July? [July 4, 1852]

W.E.B. DuBois - Men of Niagara [1906]

Marcus Garvey

The Conspiracy of the East St. Louis Riots [July 8, 1917]

"Explanation of the Objects of the Universal Negro Improvement Association" [ July 1921] [Audio]

"Look for Me in a Whirlwind or a Storm" [Audio]

Marcus Garvey [Quotes]


Martin Luther King's Speeches [Audio]

Beyond Vietnam [1967]

I have a Dream [1963]

Greatest Speeches

Exclusive: Newly Discovered 1964 MLK Speech on Civil Rights,
Segregation & Apartheid South Africa [Min: 11:05] [Video]

Malcolm X speeches

“The speeches have been divided into three sections in order to be able to follow Malcolm's "chronology of changes." The speeches with the Nation of Islam reflect his love for Elijah Muhammad. The transition speeches represent his ever-expanding points of view. The speeches after Islam represent his complete detachment from Elijah Muhammad, and his almost complete points of view -- and his dedication to using any means necessary to gain the freedom of his African-American brothers and sisters.”

The Ballot or the Bullet [Cleveland, OH April 03, 1964]

Famous Speeches of Malcolm X [Audio]

Malcolm [Famous Quotations]

Sojourner Truth - Ain’t I a Woman? [1851]



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