Seventh Annual Gandhi Memorial Lecture

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Howard University presents Dr. King as its primary speaker for their seventh annual Gandhi Memorial Lecture in 1966. Dr. King traces the slow but meaningful progress society has made from slavery to the current civil rights movement. However, he notes that the present challenges in achieving equality involve not only the silence of individuals of good will but also the conditons that keep the Negro inferior.

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Seventh Annual Gandhi Memorial Lecture
Sunday, November 6, 1966
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