Let us march on ballot boxes (Let us march. (Yes, sir) The Bible tells us that the mighty men of Joshua merely walked about the walled city of Jericho (Yes) and the barriers to freedom came tumbling down. All right) And in a real sense this afternoon, we can say that our feet are tired, (Yes, sir) but our souls are rested. And that will be a day not of the white man, not of the black man. It is normalcy all over Alabama (Yeah) that prevents the Negro from becoming a registered voter. It has failed to hear that the promises of freedom and justice have not been met. (How long?) Martin Luther King, Jr.: ( 05:27) Now that’s a strange statement to make, because the world is all messed up. (Yes, sir. And need to say to people that you are to lift yourself by your own bootstraps, but it is to say to a bootless man that he ought to lift himself by his own bootstraps. And so there’s a great deal that the Negro can do to develop self-respect. Abused and scorned though we may be, our destiny is tied up in the destiny of America. Martin Luther King, Jr.: (35:57) Even though it may be true that the law cannot change the heart, it can restrain the harvest. I am convinced that we still need strong civil rights legislation. I believe in the need for conversion, in many instances, and regeneration, to use theological terms. (Yes, sir) From Montgomery to Birmingham, (Yes, sir) from Birmingham to Selma, (Yes, sir) from Selma back to Montgomery, (Yes) a trail wound in a circle long and often bloody, yet it has become a highway up from darkness. Truth forever on the scaffold wronged, forever on the throne. (Yes, sir) That’s what happened when the Negro and white masses of the South threatened to unite and build a great society: a society of justice where none would pray upon the weakness of others; a society of plenty where greed and poverty would be done away; a society of brotherhood where every man would respect the dignity and worth of human personality. Suddenly I saw my dog in the text and personal viewpoint your own words of speech mlk date other effective antibiotics. It is not the assertion that certain people are behind, culturally or otherwise, because of environmental conditions. (Yes, sir), "‘Cause the battle am in my hand." Because both the sacred heritage of our nation and the will of the Almighty God are embodied in our echoing demands. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s, speech “The Other America” delivered on April 14, 1967, at Stanford University; license granted by Intellectual Properties Management, Atlanta, Ga., as … But at the same time, it is as necessary for me to be as vigorous in condemning the conditions which cause persons to feel that they must engage in riotous activities, as it is for me to condemn riots. And that means that unemployment among Negros may well be 16%. A federal law declaring discrimination in housing unconstitutional. That will be the day of man as man. Now, there’s still a lot of people who don’t realize this. Martin Luther King, Jr.: (26:23) But there is another speech I have in mind on this MLK day, and it reminds us both of King's legacy and of the work that is left to do, for President Obama, for us and for our future. It is the notion almost that there is something in the very flow oF time that will miraculously cure all evils. Somewhere, we must come to see that social progress never rolls in on the wheels of inevitability. And so we must have time, and we must realize that the time is always right to do right. (Yes, sir). We have walked on meandering highways and rested our bodies on rocky byways. Martin Luther King, Jr.: (33:05) And I’m absolutely convinced that the forces of ill will in our nation, the extreme rightists in our nation, have often used time much more effectively than the forces of goodwill, and it may well be that we will have to repent in this generation, not merely for the vitriolic words of the bad people and the violent actions of the bad people, but for the appalling silence and indifference of the good people, who sit around and say, wait on time. Martin Luther King, Jr.: (03:02) They’ve lost hope. To meet this threat, the southern aristocracy began immediately to engineer this development of a segregated society. Every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. Before the Pilgrim fathers landed at Plymouth, we were here. Glory, hallelujah! We shall overcome because Carlisle is right. Martin Luther King, Jr.: (43:12) But we must keep going. We have walked through desolate valleys and across the trying hills. (Yes, sir) The battle is in our hands in Mississippi and Alabama and all over the United States. And so there is a need with the whole question of the administration of justice. It can be used either constructively or destructively. This is something that truth impels all men of goodwill to admit. Martin Luther King, Jr.: (05:32) Public transportation was segregated, and often we had to sit in the back. It’s the notion that legislation can’t solve the problem, it can’t do anything in this area. Martin Luther King: I Have A Dream Speech Text | Full Transcript. They’ve come to feel that life is a long and desolate corridor for them, with no exit sign. And as long as America postpones justice, we stand in the position of having these recurrences of violence and riots over and over again. (That’s right). And I believe in changing the heart. We made it clear that it was ultimately more honorable to accept jail cell experiences than the accept segregation and humiliation. Martin Luther King Jr. and Joan Baez, march to integrate schools, Grenada, Mississippi, 1966. It does not recognize the need of sharing that power with black aspirations for freedom and justice. Martin Luther King, Jr.: (27:19) And this is why Frederick Douglass could say that emancipation for the Negro was freedom to hunger, freedom to the winds and rains of heaven, freedom without roofs to cover their heads. We are on the move now. I think America must see that riots do not develop out of thin air. And so the unemployment rate among whites, at one time, was about the same as the unemployment rate among Negros. Posted By: C H on January 18, 2011. The Negro needs the white man to save him from his fears, the white man needs the Negro to save him from his guilt. I consider his speeches to be the antidote to fear and despair. Our whole campaign in Alabama has been centered around the right to vote. Above all, it is destroying human lives, destroying the lives of thousands of the young, promising men of our nation. Martin Luther King, Jr.: (20:15) (Yes, sir. And there were those who said that we would get here only over their dead bodies, (Well. (Yes, sir) And again the brutality of a dying order shrieks across the land. For more than two centuries, our forebears labored here without wages. We shall overcome because James Russell Lowell is right. (Yes, sir. In this America, people are poor by the millions. (Yes, sir) The wanton release of their known murderers would not discourage us. And I’d like to use as a subject from which to speak this afternoon, the other America. Talk) but all the world today knows that we are here and we are standing before the forces of power in the state of Alabama saying, "We ain’t goin’ let nobody turn us around." For nearly two years Bob Fitch was staff photographer for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), of which Martin Luther King Jr. was president. (Yes, sir), How long? Yes, sir) to turn the whole nation to a new course. And it is tragic, indeed, that Congress, last year, allowed this bill to die. Martin Luther King, Jr.: (22:03) (Uh huh) And when his wrinkled stomach cried out for the food that his empty pockets could not provide, (Yes, sir) he ate Jim Crow, a psychological bird that told him that no matter how bad off he was, at least he was a white man, better than the black man. Man was on the plane with me some weeks ago, and he came and talked with me, and he said, “The problem, Dr. King, that I see with what you all are doing is that every time I see you and other Negros, you are protesting. The job ahead must be massive and positive. Now, let me say, finally, that we have difficult days ahead. It is said on the Statue of Liberty that America is a home of exiles. But we must see that the struggle today is much more difficult. It is based, rather, on an ontological affirmation. I have a dream that one day every valley shall be exalted, and every hill and mountain shall be made low, the rough places will be made plain, and the crooked places will be made straight; "and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed and all flesh shall see it together." It’s not merely a struggle against extremist behavior toward Negros. White politicians in suburbs talk eloquently against open housing, and in the same breath, contend that they are not racist. Now, nobody can doubt the need for this. Speak) [Applause]. So I will continue to condemn riots and continue to say to my brothers and sisters that this is not the way. (Yes, sir) The battle is in our hands. This list is organized by presenter name and then speech topic. I say that however unpleasant it is, we must honestly see and admit that racism is still deeply rooted all over America. On 14 April 1967, Martin Luther King, Jr., visited Stanford University and gave a talk entitled "The Other America" at Memorial Auditorium. (Yes, sir) Like an idea whose time has come, (Yes, sir) not even the marching of mighty armies can halt us. And in this America, millions of young people grow up in the sunlight of opportunity. (Yes, sir) The pattern of their feet as they walked through Jim Crow barriers in the great stride toward freedom is the thunder of the marching men of Joshua, (Yes, sir) and the world rocks beneath their tread. [Audience:] (Speak) Our bodies are tired and our feet are somewhat sore. "Our God is Marching On" — Selma, Alabama, on March 25, 1965. And the average income of the Negro is today 50% less than whites. Some are Mexican-American, some are Puerto Ricans, some are Indians, some happen to be from other groups, millions of them are Appalachian whites. Now, I said I wasn’t going to talk about Vietnam, but I can’t make a speech without mentioning some of the problems that we face there, because I think this world has diverted attention from civil rights. There is nothing wrong with marching in this sense. On each page, you'll find a full transcript of the speech as well as some additional background information. (Yes, sir) The road ahead is not altogether a smooth one. (Speak, sir) It was normalcy by a cafe in Selma, Alabama, that led to the brutal beating of Reverend James Reeb. The confrontation of good and evil compressed in the tiny community of Selma (Speak, speak) generated the massive power (Yes, sir. Somehow, I maintain hope in spite of hope, and I’ve talked about the difficulties and how hard the problems will be, as we tackle them. It’s around everywhere. And when you begin to change the habits of men, pretty soon the attitudes will be changed. (Yes, sir) I like that old Negro spiritual, (Yes, sir) "Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho." This searchable database gives you access to thousands of King documents through the year 1968. (Yes, sir) We are moving to the land of freedom. And at that same period, America was giving millions of acres of land in the West and the Midwest, which meant that America was willing to undergird its white peasants from Europe with an economic flower that would make it possible to grow and develop, and refused to give that economic flower to its black peasants, so to speak. (Yes, sir), How long? (All right) We must follow nonviolence and love. Fought about a decade or maybe 12 years. (Right sir) And he ate Jim Crow. (Yes, sir) March on poverty (Let us march) until no starved man walks the streets of our cities and towns (Yes, sir) in search of jobs that do not exist. Some quotes by Martin Luther King Jr. are remembered widely, often evoking the tenets of love, peace and unity in the quest for justice. If it may be said of the slavery era that the white man took the world and gave the Negro Jesus, then it may be said of the Reconstruction era that the southern aristocracy took the world and gave the poor white man Jim Crow. (Uh huh). It is much easier to integrate a public park than it is to make genuine quality integrated education a reality. On this occasion he delivered his “The Other America” speech that … The question is whether the nation has the will. I’m still convinced that nonviolence is the most potent weapons available to oppress people in their struggle for freedom and justice. (Uh huh) And when his undernourished children cried out for the necessities that his low wages could not provide, he showed them the Jim Crow signs on the buses and in the stores, on the streets and in the public buildings. The American Negro finds himself living in a triple ghetto. “Why don’t you teach your people,” he said, “to lift themselves by their own bootstraps.” And then he went on to say other groups are faced disadvantages, the Irish, the Italians, and he went down the line. (Yes, sir) The only normalcy that we will settle for is the normalcy of brotherhood, the normalcy of true peace, the normalcy of justice. He said: That with tears hath been watered. Now certainly, there are many things that we must do for ourselves, and that only we can do for ourselves. Continue to affirm that there is another way. (Listen to him) That is what was known as the Populist Movement. (Yes, sir), Today I want to tell the city of Selma, (Tell them, Doctor) today I want to say to the state of Alabama, (Yes, sir) today I want to say to the people of America and the nations of the world, that we are not about to turn around. Certainly, we must develop within a sense of dignity and self-respect that nobody else can give us, a sense of manhood, a sense of personhood, a sense of not being ashamed of our heritage, not being ashamed of our color. It’s not something that just came into being because shouts of black power or because Negros engaged in riots in Watts, for instance. (Yes, sir), My people, my people, listen. In this America, millions of people find themselves living in rat-infested, vermin-filled slums. But there are hundreds of thousands of Negros who have given up. (Yes, sir) Let us march on segregated schools (Let us march, Tell it) until every vestige of segregated and inferior education becomes a thing of the past, and Negroes and whites study side-by-side in the socially-healing context of the classroom. John Donne placed it years ago in graphic terms, no man is an island, entire of itself. We did not have the right to vote, in so many areas of the South. Martin Luther King, Jr.: (46:56) It is the false and tragic notion that one particular group, one particular race, is responsible for all of the progress, all of the insights in the total flow of history. There are so many problems facing our nation and our world, that one could just take off anywhere. (Speak, sir) The leaders of this movement began awakening the poor white masses (Yes, sir) and the former Negro slaves to the fact that they were being fleeced by the emerging Bourbon interests. It was normalcy on Highway 80 (Yes, sir) that led state troopers to use tear gas and horses and billy clubs against unarmed human beings who were simply marching for justice. In the North, schools are more segregated today than they were in 1954, when the Supreme Court’s decision on desegregation was rendered. It has failed to hear that the plight of the Negro poor has worsened over the last few years. There can be no separate white path to power and fulfillment, short of social disaster. Martin Luther King Jr on August 28, 1963, delivered the iconic “I Have a Dream” speech in front of over 250,000 supporters gathered at Lincoln Memorial, the speech was ranked the best American speech of 20th century in a 1999 poll. And this has been the persistence of the so-called white backlash. Speeches (Yes, Lord) And history is replete with the bleached bones of nations (Yeah) that failed to follow this command. After the Selma Movement in 1965, we were able to get a voting rights bill. Some have literally slept in the mud. (Yes) No, we will not allow Alabama (Go ahead) to return to normalcy. It comes through the tireless efforts and the persistent work of dedicated individuals, and without this hard work, time itself becomes an ally of the primitive forces of social stagnation. Social justice and progress are the absolute guarantors of riot prevention. (Yes, sir) We are on the move now. After the Birmingham Movement, which did a great deal to subpoena the conscience of a large segment of the nation, to appear before the judgment seat of morality on the whole question of civil rights. And the fact is that millions of Negros, as a result of centuries of denial and neglect, have been left bootless. News and Wmld Report, 3 August 1956, pp. Many, in moments of anger, many, in moments of deep bitterness, engage in riots. We could not go to a lunch counter, in so many instances, and get a hamburger or a cup of coffee. (Stanford University - April 14, 1967) Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivering "The Other America" speech to the student body of Stanford University. But tragically and unfortunately, there is another America. And when she answered, "No," the person said, "Well, aren’t you tired?" 299 The Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project In a sense, the greatest tragedy of this other America is what it does to other children. King’s typed version appeared as “Alabama’s Bus Boycott: What It’s All About,” US. Not long: (Not long), Yet that scaffold sways the future, (Yes, sir), How long? There is a great deal that the Negro must do and can do to amass political and economic power within his own community and by using his own resources. And all of this, and all of these things, tell us that America has been back lashing on the whole question of basic constitutional and God-given rights for Negros and other disadvantaged groups for more than 300 years. It’s the news, without the news. The Other America Speech Transcript – Martin Luther King Jr. Congressional Testimony & Hearing Transcripts. If one says that I am not good enough to live next door to him, if one says that I am not good enough to eat at a lunch counter, to have a good, decent job or to go to school with him, merely because of my race, he is saying, consciously or unconsciously, that I do not deserve to exist. I can see no more dangerous trend in our country, than the constant developing of predominantly Negro-central cities, ringed by white suburbs. And he goes on toward the end to say any man’s death diminishes me because I’m involved in mankind. And those who project this argument, contend that you’ve got to change the heart, and that you can’t change the heart through legislation. So these conditions, persistence of widespread poverty, of slums and of tragic conditions in schools and in other areas of life, all of these things have brought about a great deal of despair and a great deal of desperation, a great deal of disappointment and even bitterness in the Negro communities. P: (650) 723-2092 | F: (650) 723-2093 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Campus Map. 'A riot is the language of the unheard,' Martin Luther King Jr. explained 53 years ago May 29, 2020 Rioting and looting isn't new in America — and it isn't exclusive to any race . This America is the habitat of millions of people who have food and material necessities for their bodies and culture and education for their minds, and freedom and human dignity for their spirit. National gross product of America will rise to the astounding figure of some 780 billion dollars this year. Given only ten days after his Riverside Church address, he also tied the Vietnam War to anti-poverty efforts: “If we spend thirty-five billion dollars a year to fight an ill-conceived war in Vietnam and … And I submit, this afternoon, that we can end poverty in the United States. I think we are going to achieve our freedom because however much America strays away from the ideals of justice, the goal of America is freedom. They segregated southern money from the poor whites; they segregated southern mores from the rich whites; (Yes, sir) they segregated southern churches from Christianity (Yes, sir); they segregated southern minds from honest thinking; (Yes, sir) and they segregated the Negro from everything. (Yes, Lord) Now, … And so we must do certain things for ourselves, but this must not negate the fact and cause the nation to overlook the fact that the Negro cannot solve the problem himself. Now, there’s another notion that gets out. It is a myth of the superior and the inferior race. Some of the people who came quickly to march with us in Selma and Birmingham weren’t active around Chicago. And I use this subject because there are literally two Americas. (Yes, sir), I come to say to you this afternoon, however difficult the moment, (Yes, sir) however frustrating the hour, it will not be long, (No sir) because "truth crushed to earth will rise again." Destroying the lives of little boys and little girls in Vietnam. (Yes, sir). (Yes, sir), These words I have given you just as they were given us by the unknown, long-dead, dark-skinned originator. And we must see racism for what it is. There are those who would estimate that these persons who are called the discouraged persons would be 6% or 7% in the Negro community. A president born in the South (Well) had the sensitivity to feel the will of the country, (Speak, sir) and in an address that will live in history as one of the most passionate pleas for human rights ever made by a president of our nation, he pledged the might of the federal government to cast off the centuries-old blight. (Yes, sir), How long? And in a sense, this America is overflowing with the miracle of prosperity and the honey of opportunity. It is a joint project of the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center at Boston University, the Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute at Stanford University, and the Robert W. Woodruff Library at Atlanta University Center. In transportation within cities, we often had to stand over empty seats because sections were reserved for whites only. I have several things that one could talk about before such a large, concerned, and enlightened audience. Dr. King's "The Other America" Speech at Stanford. Let us march on ballot boxes (Let us march) until the Wallaces of our nation tremble away in silence. Two speeches in April 1967, ten days apart, show MLK differentiating clearly between the violence of the state, the police, and white supremacy and the violence of the oppressed. Our nation has the resources to do it. Yes, sir) [Applause]. What I’m trying to get across is that our nation has constantly taken a positive step forward on the question of racial justice and racial equality. N. 1996, speech mlk vietnam o dowd. This is only inviting social disaster. Well) with the conviction that segregation is on its deathbed in Alabama, and the only thing uncertain about it is how costly the segregationists and Wallace will make the funeral. That is if we are to go on in the days ahead and make true brotherhood a reality, it is necessary for us to realize, more than ever before, that the destinies of the Negro and the white man are tied together. In a real sense, we’re all caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. The only normalcy that we will settle for is the normalcy that allows judgment to run down like waters, and righteousness like a mighty stream. Mr. Bell, and members of the faculty and members of the student body of this great institution of learning, ladies and gentlemen. 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