Inspirational Speeches from Remarkable Reformers

Below are links to some speeches for inspiration by Martin Luther King, Jr., Robert F. Kennedy, and other great reformers:

Martin Luther King, Jr.

"Drum Major Instinct"
Atlanta, Georgia, February 4, 1968

"I Have A Dream"
Washington D.C., August 28, 1963

"I've Been to the Mountaintop"
Memphis, Tennesse, April 3, 1968

"Let My People Go" 
Hunter College, New York City | December 10, 1965

"Letter from Birmingam Jail"
Birmingham, Alabama, April 16, 1963

"What Is Your Blueprint"
Barratt Junior High School, Philadelphia, PA, October 26, 1967

Robert F. Kennedy:

"A Tiny Ripple of Hope"
Capetown, South Africa | June 6th, 1966

"Mindless Menace of Violence" (Day After Martin Luther King was Assassinated)
Cleveland, Ohio, April 5, 1968

"Statement on the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr"
Indianapolis, Indiana, April 4, 1968

"The Goals of Government"
Nihon University, Tokyo, February 6, 1962

"Announcement of Candidacy for President of the United States"
Washington, DC, March 16, 1968