Contributor biographical information for April 4, 1968 : Martin Luther King Jr.'s death and how it changed America / Michael Eric Dyson.
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Michael Eric Dyson, named by Ebony as one of the hundred most influential black Americans, is the author of sixteen books, including Holler if You Hear Me, Is Bill Cosby Right? and I May Not Get There With You: The True Martin Luther King Jr. He is currently University Professor of Sociology at Georgetown University. He lives in Washington, D.C. ]]
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King, Martin Luther, -- Jr., -- 1929-1968.
African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century.
African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 21st century.
African Americans -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
African Americans -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
United States -- Race relations -- History.
King, Martin Luther, -- Jr., -- 1929-1968 -- Assassination.
King, Martin Luther, -- Jr., -- 1929-1968 -- Influence. -- sears
Baptists -- Clergy -- Biography. -- sears
African Americans -- Civil rights -- History. -- sears
African Americans -- Social conditions. -- sears