Rare Unheard Recording of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Found in Attic

October 5, 2015

A Tennessee man searching through his attic several months ago discovered a piece of American history: An audio reel of an unreleased interview with Dr. Martin Luther King conducted by his father for a book project that was never finished.

During the interview, which was conducted in 1960, King talks about the civil rights movement, and the impact it had on the progress of the African American struggle for equality, as well as what he felt about non-violence.

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