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This episode delves into one of Martin Luther King Jr.'s greatest speeches, "Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence," which Dr. King delivered on April 4, 1967. Today this speech is acknowledged to be one of the most powerful ever written by Dr. King and Smiley deconstructs the meaning of the speech, as well as put it in a contemporary context, particularly in light of our nation's current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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5.0

Tavis Smiley Reports:MLK

By StarChild

from Louisville,KY

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Comments about PBS Tavis Smiley Reports: 3/31/2010: MLK: A Call to Conscience DVD:

The VietNam War speech given by Dr.King was one of the most profound oratorical pieces in modern history.To me that's the real MLK.

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4.0

Mr. Smiley: good work!

By Dan the teacher"s brother

from Los Angeles, CA

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Comments about PBS Tavis Smiley Reports: 3/31/2010: MLK: A Call to Conscience DVD:

A good account of how American history was changed by one brave man. The bullet that killed Dr. King was probably fired on the day of this speech, and finally caught up to him on that fateful day when we lost him.

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By Citizen

from Philadelphia PA

Comments about PBS Tavis Smiley Reports: 3/31/2010: MLK: A Call to Conscience DVD:

Tavis Smiley and learned guests discuss MLK's eloquent opposition to the injustice of the Vietnam War. Recent public tributes to MLK have failed to honor his work for peace and justice. A guest quipped that "Martin was probably too radical be invited to a contemporary MLK Day celebration."

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