Category: coretta scott king

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Martin Luther King Jr. enjoys Sunday dinner

at home

after church with his wife Coretta and their children Yolanda, Marty, Dexter, and Bernice on November 8, 1964.

(Photos by Flip Schulke) 

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JET magazine covers from 1972

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Coretta Scott King at Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom conference in Washington, D.C on March 28, 1968.

(Original Caption) Mrs. Martin Luther King presiding at conference of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom – one of the world’s oldest peace organizations. The league presented a proposal for a Vietnam peace settlement and called for a “ceasefire now.“ Mrs. King said that “all women have a common bond – they don’t want their husbands and sons maimed and killed in war.”

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Martin Luther King Jr. at home with his wife Coretta Scott

King

and their daughter Yolanda

King

in Montgomery, Alabama. May 1956.

Martin Luther King Jr. and

Coretta Scott King

with their daughter, Yolanda Denise King at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church

in Montgomery,1956.

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Martin Luther King Jr. enjoys Sunday dinner

at home

after church with his wife Coretta and their children Yolanda, Marty, Dexter, and Bernice on November 8, 1964.

(Photos by Flip Schulke) 

Coretta Scott King at Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom conference in Washington, D.C on 

March 28, 1968.

(Original Caption) Mrs. Martin Luther King presiding at conference of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom – one of the world’s oldest peace organizations. The league presented a proposal for a Vietnam peace settlement and called for a ‘ceasefire now.’ Mrs. King said that ‘all women have a common bond – they don’t want their husbands and sons maimed and killed in war.’

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Coretta Scott King, Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. and their children at Ebenezer Baptist Church in

Atlanta, Georgia on

November 8, 1964. 

(Photos by Flip Schulke)

Martin Luther King Jr. at home with his wife Coretta Scott

King

and their daughter Yolanda

King

in Montgomery, Alabama. May 1956.

Coretta Scott King, Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., and their children at Ebenezer Baptist Church in

Atlanta, Georgia on

November 8, 1964. 

(Photos by Flip Schulke)