The King family believes that a much wider conspiracy was involved in the murder of Rev.
Dr Martin Luther King, Coretta Scott King, and Constance Baker Motley 1966
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Observance honors civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
February 5: 1965: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. shown with a congressional delegation after his release from jail on this day in Selma, Alabama. The group, headed by Rep. Charles Diggs, D-Mich, left, came to Selma to observe the racial situation first hand. At right is Rev. Ralph Abernathy, an associate of King who was jailed with him. (AP Photo)
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Martin Luther King's family slams Ram for using his speech to sell trucks in most-hated Super Bowl ad - Martin Luther King's family is speaking out against Ram's Super Bowl ad, which had a voiceover from a speech the civil rights activist gave 50 years ago. Many have criticized...
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Martin Luther King Jr in Roxbury,Ma. 1965. Source: Vintage African American Photography
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