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Senator John Kennedy emerges from a TWA airliner in Los Angeles where he is scheduled to speak at the Greater Los Angeles Press Club in 1959.
Martin Luther King and Governor Edmund G. Brown during a Freedom Rally at the Los Angeles Sports Arena on June 18, 1961. An audience of 12,000 was expected at the 18,000-seat venue. When over 25,000 people showed up to hear King speak, many remained outside and listened to the speech over loudspeakers.
King speaks to a crowd of 4,500 on the campus of the University of California, Los Angeles on April 27, 1965. Here, he called for students to join a "Domestic Freedom Corps" to work in 120 counties of the Deep South to help increase the number of registered African American voters.
Attorney General Robert Kennedy fields questions during a press conference at Markham Junior High in 1964.