Welcome to the World House, a podcast inspired by Martin Luther King, Jr., and his vision of a just and peaceful world. Listen to Dr. Clayborne Carson, the director of The Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute and Dr. Mira Foster, Director of the Liberation Curriculum, as they talk about anything and everything related to Martin Luther King, Jr., and the freedom struggles he inspired.
The World House is a series of podcasts designed to introduced you to the work of the King Institute and in particular to the King Papers Project. The project started more than three decades ago, when Coretta Scott King asked Dr. Clayborne Carson to edit and publish a definitive edition of The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. Although King is perhaps the best-known American of the twentieth century, at the King Institute we continue discovering new information about King's. The World House podcasts reveals that there is still much that we can learn about this remarkable man.
Listen to our first episode featuring the controversial Anti-Vietnam War Speech that King gave on April 4, 1967 at the Riverside Church in New York City.