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by Tenisha H. Armstrong,Susan A. Carson,Erin K. Cook,Susan Englander,Clayborne Carson

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ISBN:
0313294402
Author:
Tenisha H. Armstrong,Susan A. Carson,Erin K. Cook,Susan Englander,Clayborne Carson
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Social Sciences
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English
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Greenwood (January 30, 2008)
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The authors, led by Clayborne Carson, head of the Martin Luther King Papers Project, draw heavily on. .

The authors, led by Clayborne Carson, head of the Martin Luther King Papers Project, draw heavily on primary source docutments related to King and the movement he inspired. Some of the categories for inclusion in this volume include King's theological and political sources of influence, other African-American leaders, members of King's family, as well as celebrities who supported protest campaigns and political allies and opponents. This single-volume encyclopedia helps fill that gap. The 285 essays chronicle Martin Luther King J. s relationships with family members, civil rights activists, politicians, and opponents.

by Clayborne Carson, Tenisha Armstrong, Susan Carson, Erin Cook, Susan Englander. Based upon the papers of Martin Luther King J. this encyclopedia provides fresh and revealing insights into Dr. King's life, work, family, associates, and opponents. The encyclopedia provides readers with over 280 entries that offer fresh and engaging insights into Dr. King and the civil rights movement.

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Troy Jackson is Senior Pastor of the University Christian Church in Cincinnati and a doctoral candidate in . History at the University of Kentucky.

Troy Jackson is Senior Pastor of the University Christian Church in Cincinnati and a doctoral candidate in . Gerald L. Smith is Associate Professor of History at the University of Kentucky and Pastor of Farristown Baptist Church, Berea, Kentucky. Библиографические данные.

Erin Cook is the former associate director of the King Institute’s Liberation Curriculum initiative. Susan Englander is associate director of the King Institute’s Martin Luther King, J. Papers Project.

Martin Luther King Jr. (b. 1929–d. 1968) was born Michael King in Atlanta, Georgia. Carson, Clayborne, Tenisha Armstrong, Susan Carson, Erin Cook, and Susan Englander, eds. The Martin Luther King Jr. His father, Michael King S. was a Baptist preacher. After attending a Baptist World Alliance in Berlin during the early 1930s, the elder King changed his name and his son’s to Martin Luther King in recognition of the German priest who initiated the Protestant Reformation. After graduating from Morehouse College in 1948, he earned a bachelor of divinity degree from Crozer Theological Seminary and a doctor of philosophy degree from Boston University.

Clayborne Carson, Tenisha Armstrong, Susan Carson. To Save the Soul of America, January 1961-August 1962. Martin Luther King, Clayborne Carson, Tenisha Armstrong.

2008) by Clayborne Carson, Tenisha Armstrong, Susan Carson, Erin Cook, and Susan Englander. This encyclopedia, aimed at students grade 10 and up, is an entry into King's life and work. Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1941-1963" and "Reporting Civil Rights: American Journalism 1963-1973" anthologies by the Library of America.

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As editor of The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr., Dr. Clayborne Carson, with the assistance of his staff at Stanford's Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute, had access to a variety of documents relating to all aspects of Dr. King's life and career. The encyclopedia provides readers with over 280 entries that offer fresh and engaging insights into Dr. King and the civil rights movement. From their unique familiarity with these materials, they have compiled an encyclopedia offering a fresh and exciting look at the work of Dr. King and the course of the civil rights movement.