Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This person was a well educated, middle-class Negro preacher who had earned his Doctorate Degree in Theology at the age of twenty-four years.
This person was a young seamstress who boarded the Cleveland Avenue bus headed home after a long day of work. She sat at the beginning of the section reserved for Negro riders.
This person was a young minister of Montgomery's First Baptist Church who was to become central in the leadership of the Civil Rights Movement.
This person was the commissioner of public safety in the city of Birmingham, Alabama. A rabid racist, he prided himself on his ability to keep the Negro in his place.
Coretta Scott King
This person was a wife and supporter during the years of her husband's leadership of the Civil Rights movement. She raised their four children, alone much...
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