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Sunday Playlist: 'Keep moving'
Martin Luther King and his wife Coretta Scott King lead a voting rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in March, 1965.
January 20th, 2013
06:45 AM ET

Sunday Playlist: 'Keep moving'

By Chip Grabow, CNN

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(CNN) - Welcome to the CNN Soundwaves Sunday Playlist, our weekly look at compelling sounds made by others that we find interesting and worth sharing.

This week, the second inauguration of President Barack Obama and the official Martin Luther King holiday. Both events are happening Monday, so we're taking those as inspiration and present some related listening for this week's Sunday Playlist.

Enjoy.

  • Martin Luther King in Birmingham, 1963 – At this time during the long fight for Civil Rights, hundreds of activists had already been arrested in Birmingham, Alabama. King himself was arrested and held in jail for 11 days. In May, 1963 he delivered his famous "Keep Moving" speech at St. Luke's Baptist Church. "If you can't walk, crawl! But by all means, keep moving." Listen to this recording from Smithsonian Folkways: FULL POST
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