Portrait of Civil Rights activist Coretta Scott King (1927 - 2006) (center) as she poses with her children, 1980s. With her are Martin Luther King III (rear, left), Dexter Scott King (rear, right), Yolanda King (1955 - 2007), and Bernice King.
"Coretta, Betty and Rita Get Props for Putting Up With Historical Groupon Peens." It couldnta been me married to Martin Lutha tha Kang! I’da cut his good tie in pieces the morning he was ‘posed to talk about what dream he had!
In my opinion Coretta Scott King was our country's greatest hero. She fought tirelessly her whole life for the rights of black and gay Americans. She was a class act and this world needs A LOT more people like her.
Coretta Scott King and her daughter, Yolanda, photographed by Moneta Sleet for EBONY in 1958. Moneta Sleet was the Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer who took the famous shot of Mrs. King with her daughter Bernice at Dr. King’s funeral in 1968.