Martin Luther King Jr. tells about coordination of committees working during the civil rights movement in United States.
United States USA Date:1963 Duration:2 min 51 sec Sound:Yes
Doctor Kenneth Clark, Professor of Psychology at the City College of New York; Director of Fallen Youth Opportunities Unlimited and Research Director, North Pride Center for Interpretation interviews Martin Luther King Jr.. Martin Luther King Jr. tells about coordination of various committees working during civil rights movement of negroes. He comments on the cooperation between the NAACP, CORE (Congress of Racial Equality), and others, citing efforts in Birmingham and in voter registration drives.
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