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LET MY PEOPLE GO Song, MLK opening remarks, Short Version
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Ann M Wolf
Published 8 months ago |
FREE AT LAST! Words spoken decades ago, still ring in the hearts of those who labor for the preservation of LIBERTY & JUSTICE. After a one minute clip of Martin Luther Kings' inspiring words, the song "Let My People Go," as sung by Ann M. Wolf (1:18) continues to tell the story of the quest for Freedom. In smooth blues/jazz tones, the everlasting and heartfelt mission to secure freedom unfolds.

NOTE: This news-documentary, human-interest video is not for sale, but may be streamed or embedded for non-profit, educational & inspirational purposes, under Fair-Use. Footage license was obtained via Pond5, with other images in the public domain or from free-use sites. In this video, Ann M. Wolf contributes the use of her recording of the song, "Let My People Go," a composition which is in the public domain.

Song, "Let My People Go" is sung by Ann M. Wolf and is from her album, "A Voice for Freedom," as produced by Tracy Collins.

“Let My People Go” is in the public domain. The third verse and chorus have been written by Ann M. Wolf, for such a time as this.

Film compilation by Ann M. Wolf

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Rally scenes - David Sumrall – Stop Hate
MLK Clip - Pond5
Brett Jordan -Pexels
Jimmy Chan - Pexels
Rodnae Productions – Pexels
Meelimello – Pixabay
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