King Is Dead (1968)

This short, black and white documentary film offers an uncensored look at the rage in the black community following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. Intercut with shots of peoples’ angry denouncements of whites are images of King’s marches, previous assassination attempts and funeral, as well as audio from his speechesâall serving to reaffirm his ideals of non-violence, even in the wake of his death. This film was adopted for digitization by these kind folks: Melissa Dollman, Bill Elias and Samuel Ogden. Learn how you can adopt a film here: king-is-dead-1968

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