Martin Luther King speech in Charleston, SC 1967--outtakes
WIS-TV News Story 67-996
Exterior scenes of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and others walking towards the Charleston airport terminal and of the party driving off in an automobile. Long shot of County Hall. Interior scenes show the audience and a group of dignitaries on the stage (including James E. Clyburn). Dr. King reaffirms his commitment to nonviolence: "I decided to stick with love..." Initial moments of the speech are silent. Restored version includes content previously known as WIS 5020.
South Carolina--Politics and government.
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968.
Civil rights movement.
Filmed on July 30, 1967.
WIS-TV (Production unit).
Cosmos Broadcasting Corporation
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