- African American Identity and Double Consciousness (Worksheet)
In this speech, MLK spoke about African American identity during the late 1960s. His words serve as an interesting comparison to the writings of W.E.B. DuBois and his concept of double consciousness. This activity works well in a U.S. history class.
- MLK on the 1967 Race Riots
King poses and responds to two questions regarding the 1967 race riots: "First, is the guilt for riots exclusively that of Negroes? And [second] are they a natural development to a new stage of struggle?"