Community Salute To Doctor Martin Luther King Jr.

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

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104136. Community Salute To Doctor Martin Luther King Jr.. December 17, 1964. WNYC, New York City. The broadcast originates from the 369th Regiment Armory in Harlem. The event celebrates the award of the Nobel Peace Prize to Dr. King. The ceremony ends with the singing of, "We Shall Overcome." The salute is complete; there is no announcer open and close. The LaRocque Bey Dancers, The Colonial Black Association (drummers), Brock Peters (vocal and guitar), Skolky Mitchell (comedian who jokes about race relations), Billie Poole (vocal), The Haryou Cadets Band, Cleveland Robinson, Janette Brown (sings the national anthem), Gregory Mooney (invocation), A. Philip Randolph (Chairman of the event), William Gardner (President of the Baptist Ministers Conference of Greater New York), William Berkowitz (Chairman New York Board of Rabbis), Hubert Humphrey (Vice-President elect), Nathan Schwerner (father of Michael Schwerner), The Faith Temple Choir, Joe Williams (vocal), Roy Wilkins (Executive Secretary NAACP), Nelson Rockefeller (Governor), Whitney Young Jr. (Executive Director of the National Urban League), Camilla Williams, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Ralph Beaton (HARYOU-ACT), John Lewis (President of SNCC), Jimmy Randolph (vocal), The Drum and Bugle Corps Of Precinct 28, Robert Wagner (Mayor), Dorothy Height (President of The National Council of Negro Women), Martin Luther King Jr., M. Moran Weston (bendiction), Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra, Jackie Robinson, William Rowe (m.c.), David Dunson (vocal). 3:37:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

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