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Coretta Scott King's Speech: Part 1
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Title
Coretta Scott King's Speech: Part 1
Work Type
Speech
Date
April 12, 1970
Description
Coretta Scott King, the wife of Martin Luther King, jr., was a prominent Civil Rights supporter and activist. Along with supporting her husband's work, she continued as an advocate of the Civil Rights Movement and the LGBT movement after his death.
ID Number
CC 008
Source
Seven inch Reel to Reel Audio Tape
Coverage
Tuskegee University
Publisher
Tuskegee University
Format
Audio MP3
Language
English
Rights
Copyright: Tuskegee University Archives, 2016.
Copyright: Tuskegee University Archives, 2016. “Access to this collection is made possible by support from the Council of Independent Colleges and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.”
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File Properties
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audio_stub.fpx
SSID
12839419

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