A young Martin Luther King Jr. made an appearance on CBC’s Front Page Challenge in 1959. And the 30-year-old civil rights leader talked to the program about life in the United States and the fight for equality.
Back in 1959, Martin Luther King Jr. appeared on CBC’s Front Page Challenge and he talked about a lot of interesting things, including:
– The fight for equality in America
– The strategies in pursuing that fight for equality
– The impact of Mahatma Gandhi and Jesus
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