A Murder in Memphis / moderated by Mark Lane and Dick Gregory.
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Informal speeches by Mark Lane and Dick Gregory which explores the question of who killed Martin Luther King, Jr., and the possible motivations.
r.1. King's program for radical change in the United States ; the tactic of nonviolence ; opposition to the Vietnam War ; joining the anti-war and Civil Rights movements ; confronting the economic system ; the assassination in Memphis ; FBI files ; other governmental plots ; James Earl Ray as a scapegoat / Mark Lane (60 min.) -- r.2-3. Dick Gregory and Martin Luther King ; assassination and the CIA ; misinformation by the government ; violence in Black communities ; funding of disinformation ; healing through information ; other cover-ups ; Rodney King beating and trial / Dick Gregory (73 min.).
Date Recorded on:
New York City, 1993.
Date Broadcast on:
3 reels (133 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1993.
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