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Great African American Speeches

Includes Two Bonus Speeches by Nelson Mandela
Narrated by: Nelson Mandela
Length: 9 hrs and 2 mins
Categories: History, Americas

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In this collection, African American leaders change history with the power of the spoken word. Included here are speeches that have helped to shape our modern world.

Public Domain (P)2016 SoundWorks
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  • Tech2017Acct
  • 2017-11-08

Best Combination of Speeches

Here’s a list of every speech in the book and I hope it helps future listeners.
Section Number Speaker Speech Name Speech Date
Section 1 N/A - Aubible Intro N/A N/A
Section 2 Martin Luther King Jr. I've Been to the Mountaintop - Part 1 1968
Section 3 Martin Luther King Jr. Unfulfilled Dreams 1968
Section 4 US Representative Barbara Jordan DNC Keynote Address 1976
Section 5 Malcolm X Field Negro vs. House Negro 1963
Section 6 Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas Be Not Afraid 2001
Section 7 Stokely Carmichael Black Power 1966
Section 8 Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice RNC Keynote Address 2012
Section 9 President Barack Obama Victory Speech 2008
Section 10 President Barack Obama Inauguration Speech 2009
Section 11 Dr. Benjamin Carson National Prayer Breakfast 2013
Section 12 Nelson Mandela - bonus United Nations Address 1990
Section 13 Nelson Mandela - bonus Joint Session of Congress 1990
Section 14 Reverend Jesse Jackson DNC Address 1984
Section 15 Reverend Jesse Jackson DNC Address 1988
Section 16 Representative Shirley Chisholm Greenfield College 1983
Section 17 Secretary of State Colin Powell TEDxMidAtlantic Conference 2012
Section 18 Honorable Janice Rogers Brown Return of the Forgotten Man 2011
Section 19 N/A - Aubible Ending N/A N/A

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  • Tinyiko
  • 2016-06-10

Great Speeches But ...

Great speeches but who are the speakers? In more than half the speeches, the speakers are not introduced. Not is there text indicating who the speakers are. Would be better to have names of speakers rather than chapters in chronological order. How are we supposed to know who the speakers?


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  • Donutrogue7
  • 2020-04-29

List the Speakers!

I loved listening to this! I really can't express this enough though, LIST THE SPEAKERS IN THE CHAPTER HEADERS! PLEASE!

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