King's Last March

King's Last March

Published by: American Public Media
9 Episodes | First Released: Mar 27 '18 | 🇺🇸
April 4th, 2018 marks 50 years since Martin Luther King Jr. was shot to death at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tenn. A deep look at the last year of King’s life, reveals the forces working against him, the stresses of leadership, and the work that was left undone. At a time when protests, police response and government accountability have surged back into the news, King’s life and work have never been more relevant.
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Jack_McCoy
Oct 9 '18
Rating:   10
Superlative

This show is wonderful, w/ lots of archival audio. It busts many myths about King; important for people to understand that a lot of the American public either hated King or was indifferent. King was also a changing man in the last years of his life. I love how this show is bite sized and not too bloated or long like many podcasts. This is an A++ level audio documentary. Highest possible recommendation.

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timvoth
Apr 20 '18
Rating:   10
Awesome.

I thought I knew the story. I clearly did not. Riveting audio and heart wrenching drama. He was an incredible man - and this is a fantastic podcast.

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PeacefulWarrior73
Apr 9 '18
Rating:   10
Worth your time

A must listen, eye opening. So much had changed but still so far to go.

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Jfmam73
Apr 6 '18
Rating:   10
A great podcast about a great man

Heartbreaking, but a must listen.

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CityGirl61
Apr 6 '18
Rating:   10
WOW!

So timely and so informative. Some of the best history about Dr. King and the state of the country and his life at the time. Excellent history.

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bufflord
Apr 5 '18
Rating:   10
Yes!

The world needs this.

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Carley Retta Faye
Apr 4 '18
Rating:   10
Incredibly Interesting

Highly recommend. Both in format and subject matter.

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mslittr
Apr 4 '18
Rating:   10
Heartbreaking and timely

Needed now more than ever.

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