From her childhood encounters with discrimination to her activism as an adult, Coretta Scott King dreamed of finding a place where people were treated equally. This compelling biography tells how she joined her husband, the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. to lead protest marches and stand up to prejudice and violence.
"This biography shows her to be a courageous woman who can stand on her own merit, and not just as the wife of one of the world's most well-known men." -- School Library Journal
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