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MLK: The Lost Tapes

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MLK: The Lost Tapes

MLK: The Lost Tapes

MLK: The Lost Tapes

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During the Civil Rights movement, the African-American and Jewish communities were partners in the struggle. In1965, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke at the Temple Israel of Hollywood. That speech was lost until now.

Tony Cox discusses relations between blacks and Jews and the lost King speech with JewishJournal.com's Denis Wilen and journalist and Hollywood historian Alex Ben Block.