The King Center Imaging Project places the works and papers of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in a digital format, accessible to online visitors. Find letters, articles, sermons, and other items. The digital archive contains true representations of items that have been neither censored nor redacted. As such some images might be disturbing to the users.
This is an essential resources to preserve the legacy of Dr. King, provide us a way to establish our understanding of his life, and most importantly to challenge ourselves to endure the great sacrifices that come with prophetic change in society.
VISIT WEBSITE: Click http://www.thekingcenter.org/archive
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