A RACIALLY MIXED GROUP OF MINISTERS RESPOND TO MARTIN LUTHER KING
A RACIALLY MIXED GROUP OF MINISTERS RESPOND TO MARTIN LUTHER KING
A racially-mixed group of ministers respond with raised hands in a black church in Albany, Georgia on August 28th, 1962 when the Rev. Martin Luther King, black integration leader, asked them if they would be willing to go to jail for the cause. A few minutes later, after marching to the city hall steps for a prayer service, 75 of the ministers from the East and Midwest were arrested. (UPI Photo)
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MARTIN LUTHER KING
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civil rights, black rights, segregation, prejudice, racial discrimination, Southern Baptist, religious leaders, reverends, equality, justice, civil rights, black rights, equal rights, black power, social justice, equality, rally, rallies march, marches, racism, discrimination, mistreatment, abuse, exploitation, radical, interracial, inter racial, cooperation, common cause,
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