Coretta Scott King

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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
Historical biographies
Grade:
6,7,8

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Coretta Scott King

Played the violin and piano She spoke at colleges an unversities about Martin Luther King Jr.Wrote many books on life with Martin Luther King Jr.Her Dad was first African American to own a truck in there area. Her older sister was the first Africa American to go to the Antioch CampusShe married Martin Luther King Jr.June 18th, 1953She died January 30, 2006

Accomplishments/What she means to me

Grew up working in cotton fields on her father's farm.Born April 27, 1927 in Marion Alabama

First African American to graduate from Antioch CollageMajor in Music The first to be democraitcallyelected president of South AfricaShe kept going and going and didn't stop for anything and nobody got in her way. Her quote is true the hater does feel bad for the hated eventually

Lasting Impact

She has her own book award called the "Coretta Scott King" Reward and teaches kids about Martin Luther King Jr. which makes her a hero

Citations

"Coretta Scott King Quotes." BrainyQuote. Xplore. Web. 16 July 2014. .Hunter K. Coretta Scott King. Coretta Scott King [serial online]. January 2005;:1. Available from: Middle Search Plus, Ipswich, MA. Accessed July 16, 2014.Coretta Scott King 1927-2006. Biography Today (Omnigraphics, Inc.) [serial online]. September 2006;15(3):50. Available from: Middle Search Plus, Ipswich, MA. Accessed July 16, 2014.King, Coretta Scott. Britannica Biographies [serial online]. March 2012;:1. Available from: Middle Search Plus, Ipswich, MA. Accessed July 16, 2014.Coretta Scott King. Hutchinson's Biography Database [serial online]. July 2011;:1. Available from: Middle Search Plus, Ipswich, MA. Accessed July 16, 2014.

Coretta Scott King

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Coretta Scott King

"Hate is too great of a burden to bear. It injures the hater more than it injuries the hated"


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