1. The Day After MLK Informational Video


    from Anthony Gaskins / Added

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    The Day After MLK is fictional story based on true events, beginning with the death of Malcolm X and continuing through the civil rights movement until the death of MLK. The story centers around three newly converted orthodox Muslims who work closely with Malcolm X and his newly formed Organization Of Afro American Unity (OAAU). We tap into the point of view of the security guards with an aim to portray what their inner experiences may have been after the death of their leader; both as black men and as Muslims in 1960’s America. This interactive, multi-media performance art exhibit explores what happened to these three brothers after the death of Malcolm X, as individuals and as a collective whole. Please support the movement and walk with is into The Day After MLK

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    • Martin Luther King Jr Day Title Animation


      from Laura Alwin / Added

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      Quick intro animation for a series of segments on "You & Me This Morning" on WCIU-The U.

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      • DMF Talks: Dangerous Friendship


        from Del Mar TV / Added

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        DMF Talks is a lecture series presented by the Del Mar Foundation. Join guest speaker Ben Kamin, author of "Dangerous Friendship, as he discusses Martin Luther King Jr. and the friendship he had with Stanley Levison.

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        • Take Me to the King Dance


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          Panorama Middle School students performed a dance to "Take Me to the King" during their tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. last week.

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          • Remembering The Dream


            from Champion Forest Baptist Church / Added

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            A video used at our annual "Dream Luncheon" on MLK Day at CFBC. CFBC Members reflect on the days of the civil rights movement, and look ahead as we continue to embrace unity in diversity.

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            • King: A Reflection on the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (February 13, 2015)


              from Gerald R. Ford / Added

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              The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation, in conjunction with Black History Month, hosted “King” in celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. King featured a spoken word piece by playwright/librettist Sandra Seaton, spirituals performed by tenor George Shirley with pianist Stanley Waldon, and special musical tribute by Wally Tett and Daniel Washington. The performance was underwritten by Foundation Trustee Hank Meijer and Liesel Meijer. They provided opening remarks which included highlighting Gerald R. Ford’s legacy involving Black History Month. Black history awareness was expanded from a week to a month in 1976 during the nation’s bicentennial celebration as President Gerald R. Ford urged Americans to “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history.” King, a mixture of poetry and brief reflections, remembers Reverend King as an individual with human limitations who nevertheless answered the call to leadership. His life serves as a model for all, especially the young, to believe that anything can be achieved with a dream and the will to lead. The work, divided into four sections, “Nobel-man,” “Chicago,” “Bottles and Rocks,” and “Memphis 1968,” takes us on the journey of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as he struggled to bring civil rights to the United States.

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              • History Matters - Joey Wright (Joey Wright Photography) - MLK Jr


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                History Matters is a series of shorts that briefly tell the history of influential people. It starts now, February 2015, for Black History Month, but will continue to highlight people of all races and nationalities. Today, Joey Wright, of Joey Wright Photography, gives us a snapshot of the life of Martin Luther King Jr.. WEB: c-istudios.com
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                • Selma


                  from Into Film / Added

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                  New drama Selma delves beneath the surface of Martin Luther King, Jr. to spotlight the man behind the speeches, and to highlight the importance of his work, which is still hugely relevant today. An American drama, Selma nonetheless features a lot of British talant, and we sent reporter Chloe to talk to actor David Oyelowo about the importance of bringing this story to the screen, and the challenges of playing Martin Luther King, Jr. himself. Watch below as Chloe also talks to director Ava DuVernay about showing Dr. King as he really was, as a person, as well as as a leader, and discusses the importance of including a female perspective when depicting this culturally significant period.

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                  • I Have A Dream... (A Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.)


                    from BirdMan Productions / Added

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                    • NAACP January 2015


                      from Suayphil Entertainment / Added

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                      The Selma movie and panel discussion and MLK march presented by the Maury County Branch NAACP. Copyright 2015 Suayphil Multimedia Group. All rights reserved.

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