Better than "needs no introduction:" Memphis student introduces Obama in wry style

The Eloquent Woman

Washington high school in Memphis--the lucky school that won the competition to have President Obama speak at its graduation--schools us all in introducing a famous speaker, with an intro that was short, wryly funny and wise beyond his years.

Dr. Martin Luther King – Words Matter

Matt Eventoff

This clip is the conclusion of his final speech, given at Mason Temple in Memphis on April 3rd — he was assassinated the next day. . One can feel the power through the small clip on a computer — imagine the energy that must have been in the room that day in Memphis!

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Public Speaking Expert: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Matt Eventoff

This clip is the conclusion of Dr. King’s final speech, given at Mason Temple in Memphis on April 3rd — he was assassinated the next day. He was speaking in support of the striking sanitation workers in Memphis. One can feel the power through the short clip on Youtube — imagine the energy that must have been in the room that day in Memphis! The next legend in a series on public speaking experts is one of the greatest orators ever, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Speechwriting job in Memphis

Joan Detz Speaker Services

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Fearless: Neil Patrick Harris' live Tonys rap

Speak Schmeak

If you didn't watch the Tony Awards (or if you did but missed the ending), I have posted below host Neil Patrick Harris' closing rap.

Fearless: Neil Patrick Harris' live Tonys rap

Speak Schmeak

If you didn't watch the Tony Awards (or if you did but missed the ending), I have posted below host Neil Patrick Harris' closing rap.

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A Time to Shine: Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

DeFinis Communications

But equally as powerful is the speech he gave the night before his death in Memphis Tennessee on April 4, 1968. In Memphis to see a community rally around those brothers and sister who are suffering…. When you’re looking for powerful material for your next speech—from examples and metaphors to stories and themes—look no further than your own life.