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In this collection, African American leaders change history with the power of the spoken word.

Martin Luther King, Jr.: I’ve Been to the Mountaintop (1968), Unfulfilled Dreams (1968)

US Representative Barbara Jordan: DNC Keynote Address (1976)

Malcolm X: Field Negro vs. House Negro (1963)

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas: Be Not Afraid (2001)

Stokely Carmichael: Black Power (1966)

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice: RNC Keynote Address (2012)

President Barack Obama: Victory Speech, Inauguration Speech

Dr. Benjamin Carson: National Prayer Breakfast (2013)

Nelson Mandela: United Nations Address (1990), Joint Session of Congress (1990)

Reverend Jesse Jackson: DNC Address (1984), DNC Address (1988)

Representative Shirley Chisholm: Greenfield College (1983)

Secretary of State Colin Powell: TEDxMidAtlantic Conference (2012)

Honorable Janice Rogers Brown: Return of the Forgotten Man (2011)

*These are actual historic recordings, the sound quality represents the available audio technology of the era, and varies by recording.

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About the Author
Author Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela became the first freely elected president of South Africa in 1994. He gained popularity while in prison for being a prominent member of the African National Congress and became a leading figure in the antiapartheid movement. He is the author of numerous works, including the New York Times bestseller Conversations with Myself, as well as his autobiography, Long Walk to Freedom. Mandela has received many accolades and awards worldwide, most notably the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 and the Presidential Medal of Freedom from former president George W. Bush.