Martin Luther King Jr., Speaking into Microphones, City Hall, Chicago, 1966
© Bernie Kleina

Martin Luther King Jr., Speaking into Microphones, City Hall, Chicago, 1966

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By Bernie Kleina
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The passionate conviction of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is palpable in this portrait of the civil rights leader during a rally in front of Chicago's City Hall. From 1965 to 1966, King and other civil rights leaders focused the Chicago Freedom Movement on open housing. 

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Martin Luther King Jr., Speaking into Microphones, City Hall, Chicago, 1966
Martin Luther King Jr., Speaking into Microphones, City Hall, Chicago, 1966