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Unveiling MLK: News, Stories, Pictures

MLK Discusses the 'New Negro' in This 1957 PBS Broadcast

photo of Barrett Holmes  Pitner
January 13, 2012

In this 1957 broadcast of the PBS show The Open Mind, Dr. King discusses the 'New Negro'.

PBS Interview with MLK about the 'New Negro'

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