Original caption: Coretta Scott King (R), widow of slain civil rights leader Dr. Matin Luther King Jr., confers with Dr. king's sister, Christine King Farris (L) while Rosa Parks, the Black woman who sparked the Civil Rights movement, goes over her notes prior to her speech 10/13 at the MLK Center. The occasion was a tribute to parks, the "Motehr of the Civil rights movement," which began when the black seamstress refused to giver her bus seat up to a white passenger in 1955.
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