Martin Luther King, shown speaking in 1968, came forward as a young minister to lead Montgomery’s black boycott of buses which changed history in 1956. He went on into the weathered old black churches of the South and reached deep into the black souls with an eloquence and an anthem: “We Shall Overcome.” And in 1963 he led 200,000 people to the dreams of brotherhood.
Martin Luther King, shown speaking in 1968, came forward as a young minister to lead Montgomery’s black boycott of buses which changed history in 1956. He went on into the weathered old black churches of the South and reached deep into the black souls with an eloquence and an anthem: “We Shall Overcome.” And in 1963 he led 200,000 people to the dreams of brotherhood. Anonymous AP
Martin Luther King, shown speaking in 1968, came forward as a young minister to lead Montgomery’s black boycott of buses which changed history in 1956. He went on into the weathered old black churches of the South and reached deep into the black souls with an eloquence and an anthem: “We Shall Overcome.” And in 1963 he led 200,000 people to the dreams of brotherhood. Anonymous AP

Remember King today with your service

January 17, 2016 01:00 PM