Coretta Scott King was born on the 27th of April, 1927 and
died on the 30th of January, 2006. Coretta Scott King was born in Perry County,
Alabama, in the United States of America.
Coretta Scott King had been
at the forefront of the civil rights movement since the sixties. She is the widow
of one of America's greatest activist Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Coretta Scott King Quotes
- As an African American
child growing up in the segregated South, I was told, one way or another, almost
every day of my life, that I wasn't as good as a white child.
Coretta Scott King Quote - African
American - Child
it hadn't been for my parents, who I consider heroes, I wouldn't be the kind of
person I am. I am very thankful and grateful for them.
Coretta Scott King Quote - Parent
had a growing sense that I was involved in something so much greater than myself,
something of profound historic importance.
Coretta Scott King Quote - Growing
I came to the realization that we had been thrust into the forefront of a movement
to liberate oppressed people, not only in Montgomery but also throughout our country.
Coretta Scott King Quote - Realization
I always felt that what was happening in Montgomery was part of God's will and
purpose, and we were put there to be in the forefront of that struggle.
Coretta Scott King Quote - Feeling
was really what I was supposed to be doing, and it was a great blessing to have
discovered this, and to be doing what was God's will for your life.
Coretta Scott King Quote - Great
I learned that when you are willing to make sacrifices for a great cause, you
will never be alone, because you will have divine companionship and the support
of good people.
Coretta Scott King Quote - Learning
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