Synopsis by Elizabeth Smith
This PBS documentary honoring Dr. Martin Luther King provides important biographical information about his life. Those who knew the man best, as well as a number of his most accomplished admirers, appear on camera to discuss King's extraordinary life and civil rights achievements. His widow, Coretta Scott King, and Ralph Abernathy talk about this exceptional man who was once a part of their lives. Former Senator Julian Bond, Bishop Desmond Tutu, and former President Jimmy Carter also share their thoughts about King's incredible courage and crucial efforts to improve race relations in America.
boycott, Civil-Rights, life, race-relations, racial-tension, widow/widower