Videos and Radio

Soul Music (BBC Radio 4): “A Change Is Gonna Come, by Sam Cooke”

15 October, 2016

“A Change Is Gonna Come, by Sam Cooke”: Soul Music explores a song that has become synonymous with the American Civil Rights Movement, Sam Cooke’s A Change Is Gonna Come released in December 1964 two weeks after he was shot dead in Los Angeles. Contributors include Sam Cooke’s brother LC, singer Bettye Lavette who sang it for Barack Obama at his inaugural ceremony and civil rights activists from the Freedom Summer of 64, Jennifer Lawson and Mary King.
Producer: Maggie Ayre.

Radio Documentary (International Center on Nonviolent Conflict): “Civil Resistance: The Power of the People”

1 August, 2016

“Civil Resistance: The Power of the People”: A 51-minute radio documentary that has been airing on the show America Abroad on National Public Radio stations around the United States since May. Mary is the third person to speak.

Mary King on Vaikom Satyagraha – Mathrubhumi News Morning Show

15 October, 2015

Dr. Mary King shares her experience in Mathrubhumi news, morning show while visiting Kerala in connection with the release of her new book on Vaikom satyagraha, ‘Gandhian non-violence struggle and untouchability in South India’.

Watch here: http://mathrubhuminews.in/ee/ReadMore/19038/mary-king-on-vaikom-satyagraha-morning-show/E

Lecture: Behind the Arab Awakening: Dynamics of Civil Resistance

1 March, 2012

Mary King delivered this lecture, “Behind the Arab Awakening: Dynamics of Civil Resistance”, on Monday, January 23, 2012 at Green Templeton College, Oxford in conjunction the Centre for International Studies at Oxford. Mary is a Rothermere American Institute Fellow at the University of Oxford.

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BBC Start the Week Podcast – Revolution with Wael Ghonim, Paul Mason and Mary King 30th Jan 2012

30 January, 2012

Andrew Marr discusses “revolution” with the Egyptian writer and blogger, Wael Ghonim; Paul Mason, economics journalist and author; and Mary King, Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at the University for Peace (an affiliate of the UN)and Rothermere American Institute Fellow at the University of Oxford.

Link to podcast audio file (right click and choose “save as”)

Video of Mary King’s Address to the Ohio Wesleyan Class of 2011

8 May, 2011

Mary King on Tavis Smiley Show

23 July, 2010

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The Tavis Smiley Show aired a panel discussion Where Do We Go From Here? on Public Radio International on Friday, July 23, 2010.

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Click the play button above to listen to a brief excerpt, Mary’s remarks, from the discussion moderated by Tavis Smiley, which featured Clayborne Carson, Dorothy Cotton, Vincent Harding, Mary King, Eric Mann, Michael Nagler, and Kiran Bir Sethi. The discussion took place at the Martin Luther King Jr. Research and Education Institute, Stanford University.

Click here to view/download a copy of the agenda from the event

Mary discusses A Quiet Revolution at American University

24 March, 2008

Mary discusses her book, A Quiet Revolution, American University, March 24, 2008