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Celebrating the Life and Work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Addresses Rally, Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, by James Karales

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Addresses Rally, Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, 1963
James Karales (American, 1930–2002)
Vintage gelatin silver print
Image © Courtesy of the Estate of James Karales

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