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4 In Atar, Mauritania, welcoming arrival of French President Réne Chirac, September 4. 1997 In Atar, Mauritania, during visit of French President Jacques Chirac, September 1997
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10 Photograph of Nelson Mandela with Coretta Scott King
11 Lorrain Motel Room 306, Memphis
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The King Institute is launching a free online course wih Stanford Open EdX about the inner life of Dr. King.

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"At the outset, let me say, that we had a grand reception in India. The people showered upon us the most generous hospitality imaginable." King, July 1959

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30 King Family house in Montgomery, AL
31 Coretta Scott King, November 6, 1986 Coretta Scott King, November 6, 1968
32 King Papers Volumes III, V, and VI covers
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Rajmohan Gandhi

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The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr. Ed. Clayborne Carson, 2001

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38 King Institute Staff and performers at King Holiday event
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49 Ebenezer Baptist Church (Atlanta, Georgia)
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53 Beacon Press' "A Time to Break Silence" cover with picture of King with his arm raised addressing small crowd of people.

A Time to Break Silence: The Essential Works of Martin Luther King, Jr., for Students,Beacon Press

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64 Martin Luther King Jr. spoke to a packed crowd at Mason Temple in Memphis on March 18, 1968. He encouraged the city's striking sanitation workers to "escalate" their protest with a...
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73 Police Chief Laurie Pritchett (on the right) speaking with Martin Luther King Jr., Albany, GA.
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75 Freedom rides, Albany Civil Rights Museum
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80 Clarence Jones, Clayborne Carson, Barbara Lee, and others at a lecture where Jones and Carson spoke.
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Volume 7 of The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. is available...

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88 Congressional Record transcript of Barbara Lee's statement during presentation of Congressional Honor to the King Institute.
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91 Dr. Carson with filmmaker Judy Richardson at British Academy conference on Civil Rights Documentary Cinema and the 1960s. Richardson stands to Dr. Carson's left. They are standing in front of a plaque that reads "British Academy." Both are smiling.

Dr. Clayborne Carson with filmmaker Judy Richardson, with whom he worked on the Eyes on the Prize television series, at British Academy conference on Civil Rights Documentary...

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94 King Family house in Montgomery, AL
95 Coretta Scott and Martin Luther King, Jr.
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99 King was arrested during a sit-in demonstration at Rich's department store in Atlanta, October 19, 1960. He is sentenced to four months hard labor for violating a suspended sentence he received...
100 (DeWolf to King, 16 March 1956) Harold DeWolf, King's doctoral advisor at Boston University, sends his encouragement and support for the Bus Boycott.

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