Martin Luther King, Jr. - Travels
In Asilomar, California, King speaks on “Freedom Through Non-Violence” at the American Friends Service Committee’s Conference on Civil Liberties for High School Students.
At Mills College in Oakland, California, King delivers “A Realistic Look at Race Relations.”
King addresses a mass meeting at Miami’s Greater Bethel AME Church to launch SCLC’s Crusade for Citizenship. Twenty simultaneous mass meetings are held that day in cities throughout the South.
King delivers “A Realistic Look at Race Relations” at Bennett College in Greensboro, North Carolina, for the local branch of the NAACP.
King preaches “A Knock at Midnight” at Central Baptist Church in Pittsburgh.
At Broughton High School in Raleigh, North Carolina, King delivers “Non-Violence and Racial Justice” on behalf of the United Church of Raleigh.
At Ebenezer the SCLC executive committee meets for an all-day planning session. At a press conference following the meeting, King discusses plans for the 12 February launching of the Crusade for Citizenship.
King preaches “Going Forward by Going Backwards” at Central Methodist Church in Detroit.
At Purdue University in Lafayette, Indiana, King delivers “The Dimensions of a Complete Life” and “What Is Man?” for the National Conference on Christian Education sponsored by the United Church of Christ.
At Galilee Baptist Church in Shreveport, Louisiana, King speaks on behalf of a voter registration drive sponsored by the United Christian Movement.