Focusing on recordings through American History exemplifying unselfish service to community and country, Historical Voices presents the following selections:
Martin L. King, Jr. speaks at the Ghandi Society of Human Rights. King opens by using Henry David Thoreau to discuss nonviolence as part of the American tradition. He touches on jailed freedom riders, Abraham Lincoln, the Emancipation Proclamation, segregation, and John F. Kennedy. May 17, 1962.