Coretta Scott King..aslo an world-famous author, activist & civil rights leader...and Martin Luther King, JR..better half!

The 30 Most Beautiful Black Women in History

Coretta Scott King - activist and late wife of Martin Luther King, Jr., became vegan after being influenced by her son Dexter, who became vegan after being influenced by Dick Gregory

In my opinion Coretta Scott King was our country's greatest hero. She fought tirelessly her whole life for the rights of black and gay Americans. She was a class act and this world needs A LOT more people like her.

Coretta Scott King was not only the wife of Martin Luther King Jr. but also an American activist,author, and civil rights leader. She helped in the African American Civil Rights Movement in the

Coretta Scott King Coretta Scott King (/kɔːˈrɛtə/; April 27 1927 January 30…

Coretta Scott King Coretta Scott King...

The late Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader also she was the wife of Martin Luther King, Jr. who was killed in 1968 she lead the African-American Civil Rights Movement in the

Atlanta, Georgia April 9, 1968. Coretta Scott King listens to a sermon at the funeral of her husband Martin Luther King

Atlanta, Georgia April Coretta Scott King listens to a sermon at the funeral of her husband Martin Luther King Jr.

Mrs Coretta Scott King and daughter Yolanda King, 1958 (Moneta Sleet/Ebony Collection)

Coretta Scott King, Baby Daughter Yolanda King, 1958

CORETTA SCOTT KING - "I came to the realization that we had been thrust into the forefront of a movement to liberate oppressed people, not only in Montgomery but also throughout our country, & this movement had worldwide implications. I felt blessed to have been called to be a part of such a noble and historic cause."

Whitewashing reproductive rights: How black activists get erased Many in the black community have fought for reproductive justice -- but we'.

Former first lady Jackie Kennedy and Coretta Scott King at Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1968 funeral.

Former first lady Jackie Kennedy (whose husband President John F. Kennedy had been assassinated in and Coretta Scott King at Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1968 funeral. /Moneta Sleet Jr/Ebony Collection What a powerful moment.

Coretta King at funeral for MLK, Jr.: Photographer Moneta J. Sleet Jr. won the 1969 Pulitzer Prize for Photography for this image of Coretta Scott King at her husband’s funeral. Wearing a black veil and looking stoic, Scott King holds her daughter who is slumped over her mother’s lap looking dazed. It’s said to be one of the most graceful images of the Civil Rights Movement.

of Ebony Magazine photograph of Martin Luther King Jr.’s widow and child, taken at Dr. King’s funeral.

Si la démographie dicte le destin de l’histoire, les mouvements de population en sont le moteur. -Samuel Huntington

Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr & Coretta Scott King on the five-day march to Montgomery, Alabama, March 1965

1956, Montgomery: We forget what a young couple they were! Martin and Coretta King, across the street from the Alabama Judicial Building in May 1956.

Montgomery: We forget what a young couple they were! Martin and Coretta King, across the street from the Alabama Judicial Building in May

Coretta Scott King   April 27, 1927 – January 30, 2006

Coretta Scott King married martin luther king in may of was a active civil rights leader.

Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. The widow of Martin Luther King, Jr., Coretta Scott King helped lead the African-American Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s.

Coretta Scott King was an American author, activist, and civil rights leader. The widow of Martin Luther King, Jr., Coretta Scott King helped lead the African-American Civil Rights Movement in the

Mr. Charles, the first black photographer to be hired by The New York Times, took pictures of Malcolm X, Coretta Scott King and Muhammad Ali.

Don Hogan Charles, Lauded Photographer of Civil Rights Era, Dies at 79

In these previously unseen photographs, the former New York Times photographer Don Hogan Charles Jr. reveals Harlem’s residents as fully rounded people — counter to the fearful perception that was reported in the

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