A tribute to Mrs. Coretta Scott King

with her daughter Dr. Bernice A. King

Date and time
March 08, 2023 10:00 AM PT
Suggested audience
Librarian, Parent & Family, Elementary School (ages 5-10), High School (ages 14-18), Middle School (ages 11-13)

About this event

A global thought leader, orator, peace advocate, and CEO of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center For Nonviolent Social Change, Dr. Bernice A. King, joins us as we celebrate one of the most prominent women leaders of our time, her mother, Mrs. Coretta Scott King. Her contributions as a human rights activist for social change and peace have had a global impact. She was a living example of faith, fortitude, and integrity. It’s with much gratitude that we celebrate her life and legacy for Women's History Month.

Before the event

Explore The King Center Timeline here. The King Center Timeline is a collaboration between Microsoft and The King Library & Archives that consists of a curated selection of precious and noteworthy digitized artifacts that highlight The King Center’s history and continued impact.

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