By Brad Friedman on 4/5/2011, 3:06pm PT  

As several folks have requested, below is a stand-alone version of our brief, but rather powerful tribute to MLK from last night's Mike Malloy Show.

The audio montage was created by producer Desi Doyen and engineer Tony Sorrentino in remembrance yesterday, April 4th, of the 43rd anniversary of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination as he was in Memphis to speak in support of the right of workers to organize and unionize.

The news clips and, in particular, the haunting message of Robert F. Kennedy (who would be similarly assassinated just a few months later), were especially poignant last night, as I suspect they will still be for many today and for many years to come as the nation continues to battle, even now, to see King's legacy eventually fulfilled. And so it will be.