Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had four children. He married Coretta Scott of Marion, Ala., on June 18, 1953. Together, they had Yolanda Denise, born in 1955; Martin Luther III, born in 1957; Dexter Scott, born in 1961; and ... More »

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Martin Luther King, Jr. had four children in total. His children were Yolanda Denise, born in 1955, Martin Luther King III, born in 1957, Dexter Scott King, born in 1961, and Bernice Albertine, who was born in 1963. More »

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had four children with his wife, Coretta Scott King: Bernice, Dexter, Martin III and Yolanda Luther King. All but Yolanda are still alive. More »

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his famous "I Have a Dream" speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. on Aug. 28, 1963. His appearance and speech were part of the March on Washington. More »

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. worked to further the cause of the United States civil rights movement during the 1950s and 1960s. His position of nonviolence advanced the push for equal rights of African Americans. More »

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. believed in the racial and ethnic equality of all people, nonviolent protest and the beloved community. King was a pacifist who patterned his protests after Mahatma Gandhi, who worked for socia... More »

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Onelocation to find transcripts of famous speeches given by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is The King Center. The site contains an extensive archive of speeches. More »

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