|This book tells the story of the "first lady of the Civil Rights Movement." Coretta Scott King worked around the globe as a civil rights activist and humanitarian for five decades. After her husband's assassination, she founded the King Center and campaigned to establish Dr. King's birthday as a national holiday. She died in 2006.|
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Describes the life of Coretta Scott King as an aspiring singer, wife of Martin Luther King Jr. during the civil rights movement, and proponent for non-violence and equality around the world.