Following an invocation prayer and a musical performance, Walter J. Leonard delivers the keynote address for the second annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast Celebration at MIT. Leonard, who at the time was Special Assistant to Harvard University President Derek Bok, delivers his speech titled: “Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Friend Remembered” at Kresge Auditorium in early February 1975. MIT Museum Collections.
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