Yes, he slept through a revolution. And one of the great liabilities of life is that all too many people find themselves living amid a great period of social change, and yet they fail to develop the new attitudes, the new mental responses, that the new situation demands. They end up sleeping through a revolution. There can be no gainsaying of the fact that a great revolution is taking place in the world today. One day a newsman came to me and said, "Dr. King, don’t you think you’re going to have to stop, now, opposing the war and move more in line with the administration’s policy? As I understand it, it has hurt the budget of your organization, and people who once respected you have lost respect for you. Don’t you feel that you’ve really got to change your position?"
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Among them are Peggy Lee, Groucho Marx, Dolly Parton, The Who, George Benson, The Damned, Bell Biv Devoe, Blackstreet, and Dr. Martin Luther King J. whose 1968 recording of Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution was also stored at the UMG vault, according to the Times. 2008 FireThe names were obtained from lists assembled by UMG during Project Phoenix, the company’s attempt to find replacement copies for lost master recordings, the Times reports. One of the artists who may have been.
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His commencement address, "Remaining Awake Through a Revolution", was one that the class of '65 would not soon forget. It would be his last formal address at Oberlin before his untimely death in 1968. King was introduced by Sociology professor J. Milton Yinger who had been involved in civil rights activism at Oberlin for many years. King's commencement address, like many of his speeches, speaks of the importance of taking action in the form of non-violent resistance. But Oberlin's involvement in and commitment to the Civil Rights movement was clear to King, so he took.
Martin Luther King, Neil Young and Cher, all affected by the Universal warehouse fire. Composite: Getty Images/Warner Records/Wireimage. The 2008 fire at a Universal Music Group (UMG) warehouse that destroyed a large number of master recordings is more serious than first reported, with another 700 artists affected. Other figures whose recordings may have been lost include Martin Luther King Jr and his 1969 album Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution, featuring a keynote speech to a church convention. Recordings of entertainment legends such as Groucho Marx, Mae West and Bob Hope are also named. In the earlier story, it was revealed that classic recordings including Rock Around the Clock by Bill Haley and His Comets, and At Last by Etta James, had been destroyed, along with masters of Aretha Franklin, Chuck Berry, Elton John and many more.
Under Dr. King’s leadership, nonviolent protest became the defining feature of the modern civil rights movement in America. King first demonstrated the efficacy of passive resistance in 1955–56 while helping to lead the prolonged bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama, that succeeded in dismantling bus segregation laws. King’s words were as powerful as his deeds, and his moving and eloquent addresses, which gave hope to millions, continue to inspire people throughout the world. Explore related items in the collections and learn five little known facts about Dr. from the National Museum of African American History and Culture. National Postal Museum. 33c Martin Luther King Jr. single. National Portrait Gallery.
Martin Luther King Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement from 1955 until his assassination in 1968. Born in Atlanta, King is best known for advancing civil rights through nonviolence and civil disobedience, tactics his Christian beliefs and the nonviolent activism of Mahatma Gandhi helped inspire.