MLK In Geneva

Written by MCJStaff   // November 29, 2013   // 0 Comments

The Rev. Martin Luther King turns to answer a question from his seat in Geneva, May 28, 1967, as delegate to "Pacem In Terris II" unofficial conference on problems of peace, convoked by U.S. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. At left is his aide, Andrew Young of Atlanta, Georgia. (AP Photo) | ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Rev. Martin Luther King turns to answer a question from his seat in Geneva, May 28, 1967, as delegate to “Pacem In Terris II” unofficial conference on problems of peace, convoked by U.S. Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. At left is his aide, Andrew Young of Atlanta, Georgia. (AP Photo)


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