Where to donate MLK audio of a rare speech?
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Make mp3 copies and publish them online.
Save them for your grandchildren.
If all the above is correct, then I was thinking of donating one each of those DVDs to the UN Library in New York City, the U.S. African-American Museum in Washington DC, and the last one, I don't know, perhaps to the NAACP, or ??? None of this has to be decided right away, of course. The only thing that makes me nervous about donating anything to a library is that such items are sometimes stolen from libraries, because libraries do not always have the resources to adequately safeguard rare holdings such as this MLK speech; then too, sometimes libraries have to weed out materials, even valuable materials. If so, then only a museum or an ongoing civil rights group such as NAACP might have the resources to protect such a rare recording, and to periodically transfer it as needed, whenever future media format changes require such updating.