Jared Bendis discusses little-known MLK recording

Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech at Glenville High School preserved on little-known recording

The Plain Dealer: After an art teacher and student found a reel-to-reel recording of Martin Luther King’s visit to Glenville High School in 1967, the student and his mentor brought it to the Freedman Center for digitization. Jared Bendis, creative new media officer at Kelvin Smith Library, remembers hearing King’s voice—the “full-glory, capture-the-room, voice-reverberating, give-you-chills Dr. King.”