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Browse the Reuther's audio clips for miscellaneous radio spots, interviews, and speeches. Currently this area of the Reuther's Web site includes content from American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) and Society of Women Engineers (SWE).

(Part One) Martin Luther King, Jr., "Walk to Freedom," Detroit, 1963


25:59 minutes (29.73 MB)
Stereo 44kHz 160Kbps (CBR)

Martin Luther King Jr. delivers his "I Have a Dream" speech for the first time to a rapt audience in Cobo Hall, June 23, 1963. Part of the programming for the massive "Walk to Freedom" civil rights demonstration that drew over 100,000 activists into the streets of downtown Detroit.

Tape # 3266
United Auto Workers (UAW) Collection

(Part Two) Martin Luther King, Jr., "Walk to Freedom," Detroit, 1963


9:40 minutes (11.06 MB)
Stereo 44kHz 160Kbps (CBR)

Martin Luther King Jr. delivers his "I Have a Dream" speech for the first time to a rapt audience in Cobo Hall, June 23, 1963. Part of the programming for the massive "Walk to Freedom" civil rights demonstration that drew over 100,000 activists into the streets of downtown Detroit.

Tape # 3267
United Auto Workers (UAW) Collection

AFSCME Radio Spots

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0:33 minutes (516.78 KB)
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During the 1970s, AFSCME created a series of radio spots that highlighted the wide range of jobs conducted by the union's members. Each spot features a different set of public employees, interviewing the workers about their jobs, and raising the listening public's awareness of the contribution these workers make. This spot focuses on public librarians.

AFSCME Radio Spots

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0:33 minutes (516.78 KB)
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During the 1970s, AFSCME created a series of radio spots that highlighted the wide range of jobs conducted by the union's members. Each spot features a different set of public employees, interviewing the workers about their jobs, and raising the listening public's awareness of the contribution these workers make. This spot focuses on parks and recreation workers.

AFSCME Radio Spots

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0:32 minutes (506.16 KB)
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During the 1970s, AFSCME created a series of radio spots that highlighted the wide range of jobs conducted by the union's members. Each spot features a different set of public employees, interviewing the workers about their jobs, and raising the listening public's awareness of the contribution these workers make. This spot focuses on ambulance drivers.

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