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Coretta Scott King By Mccarty, Laura T.
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    Category Type
    Social Sciences
    ISBN
    9780313349812
    Item EAN
    2724447897433
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    Author
    Mccarty, Laura T.
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    Publisher
    Greenwood Publishing
    Category Type
    Social Sciences
    ISBN
    9780313349812
    Item EAN
    2724447897433
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    Author
    Mccarty, Laura T.
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    Publisher
    Greenwood Publishing
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    Paperback
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    English
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    Coretta Scott was committed to social justice long before she met and married Martin Luther King, Jr. She shared in all the dangers that King's prominence in the civil rights movement brought, and she saw herself as full partner in the movement. Yet she generally remained in the background,

    Coretta Scott was committed to social justice long before she met and married Martin Luther King, Jr. She shared in all the dangers that King's prominence in the civil rights movement brought, and she saw herself as full partner in the movement. Yet she generally remained in the background, supporting King's work and caring for their children, until his assassination transformed her into a movement leader in her own right: founder of the King Center, leader of a mass demonstration for a renewed national commitment to nonviolent social change, force behind the establishment of the national holiday bearing her husband's name. This book follows the trajectory of Coretta Scott King's tumultuous life at the heart of the most important American social movement of the 20th century. Coretta Scott was committed to social justice long before she met and married Martin Luther King, Jr. She shared in all the dangers that King's prominence in the civil rights movement brought, and she saw herself as full partner in the movement. Yet she generally remained in the background, supporting King's work and caring for their children, until his assassination transformed her into a movement leader in her own right: founder of the King Center, leader of a mass demonstration for a renewed national commitment to nonviolent social change, force behind the establishment of the national holiday bearing her husband's name. This book follows the trajectory of Coretta Scott King's tumultuous life at the heart of the most important American social movement of the 20th century.

    • Book Name:Coretta Scott King
    • Auother :Mccarty, Laura T.
    • Publisher :Greenwood Publishing
    • ISBN :9780313349812
    • Book Type :History
 

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