Coretta Scott King "the Words Of Martin Luther King Jr."inscribed To Earl Graves
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Coretta Scott King "the Words Of Martin Luther King Jr."inscribed To Earl Graves:
"The Words of Martin Luther King, Jr."compiled by Coretta Scott King. Published in 1983. 1st edition/3rd printing. Signed and inscribed by Coretta Scott King, widow of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., author,activist andcivil rights leader to her friend, American activist and business giant, Earl Graves Sr.
“We in the King Center will always be grateful for your continuing support of our work…most recently, the partnership in dreams dinner."
"Warmest Personal Regards, Coretta Scott King”
This book was purchased from the estate of Earl Graves, Sr. It is in A++++ condition. No bumps, scratches…...it is in brand new condition, never read. A remarkable and rare artifact between 2 friends of great American historical significance. This book would be a great addition to anycollectionof Civil Rights memorabilia.
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Coretta Scott King was one of the most influential women leaders in our world. Prepared by her family, education, and personality for a life committed to social justice and peace, she entered the world stage in 1955 as wife of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and as a leading participant in the American Civil Rights Movement. Her remarkable partnership with Dr. King resulted not only in four children, who became dedicated to carrying forward their parent’s work, but also in a life devoted to the highest values of human dignity in service to social change. Mrs. King traveled throughout the world speaking out on behalf of racial and economic justice, women’s and children’s rights, gay and lesbian dignity, religious freedom, the needs of the poor and homeless, full-employment, health care, educational opportunities, nuclear disarmament and Environmental justice. She lent her support to pro-democracy movements world-wide and consulted with many world leaders, including Corazon Aquino, Kenneth Kaunda, and Nelson Mandela.
Earl G. Graves, Sr. -American entrepreneur, publisher, businessman and philanthropist 1935-
Since founding Black Enterprise Magazine in 1970, Earl Graves has been named one of the ten most outstanding minority businessmen in the country by the President of the United States, and received the National Award of Excellence in recognition of his achievements in minority business enterprise. Black Enterprise Magazine is recognized as the definitive resource for African American business professionals, entrepreneurs and policy makers in the public and private sectors.
Graves is President and Chief Executive Officer of Earl G. Graves, Ltd., parent corporation for the Earl G. Graves Publishing Company which publishes Black Enterprise Magazine. He also serves as Chairman and CEO of Pepsi-Cola of Washington, D.C., L.P., the largest minority-controlled Pepsi-Cola franchise in the U.S. He is also a General Partner of Egoli Beverages, L.P., the Pepsi-Cola franchise bottler of South Africa.
In 1999, he received the 84th NAACP Spingarn Medal, the highest achievement award for African Americans. He was named one of the Top 100 Business News Luminaries of the Century and his book "How to Succeed in Business Without Being White" was listed among the New York Times and Wall Street Journals Business Best Sellers. A staunch advocate of higher education, Graves is committed to advancing business education and opportunities for our nation's youth. He has also been recognized for his business leadership and community service by the US Department of Commerce, the City of New York and the National Conference for Community and Justice, among others.