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Life of Martin Luther King

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Part 3: I Have a Dream

Martin Luther King's effectiveness in the civil rights movement made him the target of fierce opposition, but he was never swayed from protesting. His speech at the March on Washington is famous around the world, and became all the more important after his murder. Guest: Professor Timothy Minchin (North American History, La Trobe University)

23 MIN2016 FEB 10
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Part 3: I Have a Dream

Part 2: A Segregated Country

Living in a segregated country creates tension, injustice and inequality. Guest: Professor John Salmond (Emeritus, History, La Trobe University)

6 MIN2016 JAN 27
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Part 2: A Segregated Country

Part 1: They Told Us We Wouldn't Get Here

Issues around the segregation of African-Americans in the United States led to an increasingly active civil rights movement. The most influential figure in this movement was a Baptist minister named Martin Luther King Jr. His persuasive words and non-violent methods have made him one of the most revered Americans. Guest: Professor Timothy Minchin (North American History, La Trobe University)

27 MIN2016 JAN 25
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Part 1: They Told Us We Wouldn't Get Here
the END

Latest Episodes

Part 3: I Have a Dream

Martin Luther King's effectiveness in the civil rights movement made him the target of fierce opposition, but he was never swayed from protesting. His speech at the March on Washington is famous around the world, and became all the more important after his murder. Guest: Professor Timothy Minchin (North American History, La Trobe University)

23 MIN2016 FEB 10
Comments
Part 3: I Have a Dream

Part 2: A Segregated Country

Living in a segregated country creates tension, injustice and inequality. Guest: Professor John Salmond (Emeritus, History, La Trobe University)

6 MIN2016 JAN 27
Comments
Part 2: A Segregated Country

Part 1: They Told Us We Wouldn't Get Here

Issues around the segregation of African-Americans in the United States led to an increasingly active civil rights movement. The most influential figure in this movement was a Baptist minister named Martin Luther King Jr. His persuasive words and non-violent methods have made him one of the most revered Americans. Guest: Professor Timothy Minchin (North American History, La Trobe University)

27 MIN2016 JAN 25
Comments
Part 1: They Told Us We Wouldn't Get Here
the END

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