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Coretta Scott King

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Uffelman, Minoa D

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Encyclopedia article about Coretta Scott King, most widely known as the wife and widow of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., who carried on his vision of nonviolent protest to effect social change after his death in 1968. She founded the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change that year and later opposed apartheid in South Africa and participated in other human rights struggles.The Civil Rights Digital Library received support from a National Leadership Grant for Libraries awarded to the University of Georgia by the Institute of Museum and Library Services for the aggregation and enhancement of partner metadata.
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2008 03 12
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Keywords

  1. African American Civic Leaders
  2. African American Civil Rights Workers
  3. African American Singers
  4. African American Social Reformers
  5. African American Women
  6. African American Women Civic Leaders
  7. African American Women Civil Rights Workers
  8. African American Women Singers
  9. African American Women Social Reformers
  10. African Americans
  11. Alabama
  12. Anti Apartheid Activists
  13. Anti Apartheid Movements
  14. Assassination
  15. Atlanta
  16. Awards
  17. Bombings
  18. Boston
  19. Boycotts
  20. Buses
  21. Civic Leaders
  22. Civil Disobedience
  23. Civil Rights
  24. Civil Rights Demonstrations
  25. Civil Rights Movements
  26. Civil Rights Workers
  27. Concerts
  28. Dexter Avenue Baptist Church (Montgomery, Ala.)
  29. Disarmament
  30. Discrimination
  31. Dynamite
  32. Ebenezer Baptist Church (Atlanta, Ga.)
  33. Education
  34. Education (Graduate)
  35. Equality
  36. Fairness
  37. Fund Raising
  38. Georgia
  39. Government
  40. Graduate Work
  41. History
  42. Holidays
  43. Investigation
  44. Justice
  45. King, Coretta Scott, 1927 2006
  46. King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929 1968
  47. Liberty
  48. March On Washington For Jobs And Freedom, Washington, D.C., 1963
  49. Marion
  50. Martin Luther King, Jr. Center For Nonviolent Social Change
  51. Martin Luther King, Jr., Day
  52. Mass Meetings
  53. Massachusetts
  54. Memphis
  55. Montgomery
  56. Montgomery (Ala.)
  57. Montgomery Bus Boycott, Montgomery, Ala., 1955 1956
  58. Montgomery Improvement Association
  59. Music
  60. New Birth Missionary Baptist Church (Lithonia, Ga.)
  61. New England Conservatory Of Music
  62. Nobel Prize Winners
  63. Nobel Prizes
  64. Nonviolence
  65. Ohio
  66. Passive Resistance
  67. Peace
  68. Politics And Government
  69. Poor People's Campaign
  70. Protest Marches
  71. Race Discrimination
  72. Race Relation
  73. Race Relations
  74. Sanitation
  75. Sanitation Workers
  76. Sanitation Workers Strike, Memphis, Tenn., 1968
  77. Segregation
  78. Segregation In Transportation
  79. Singers
  80. Social Justice
  81. Social Reformers
  82. Southern Christian Leadership Conference
  83. Southern States
  84. Spouses Of Clergy
  85. Strikes And Lockouts
  86. Study And Teaching (Graduate)
  87. Tennessee
  88. United States
  89. Universities
  90. Universities And Colleges
  91. Wages
  92. Washington (D.C.)
  93. Women
  94. Women Civic Leaders
  95. Women Civil Rights Workers
  96. Women Social Reformers
  97. Yellow Springs

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