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Coretta Scott King, center, accompanied by the Rev. Ralph Abernathy, her children, and singer Harry Belafonte, leads a march in Memphis to honor her husband who was assassinated four days earlier. AP hide caption

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1968: How We Got Here

After MLK's Death, Coretta Scott King Went To Memphis To Finish His Work

Four days after her husband was killed, Coretta Scott King led a march in Memphis. The act reflected her role as a partner in the struggle for civil rights. "I was impelled to come," she said.

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A Career Trucker Helps To Steer The Path For Self-Driving Trucks

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Coretta Scott King, center, accompanied by the Rev. Ralph Abernathy, her children, and singer Harry Belafonte, leads a march in Memphis to honor her husband who was assassinated four days earlier. AP hide caption

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After MLK's Death, Coretta Scott King Went To Memphis To Finish His Work

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Rebecca Miller's new documentary film Arthur Miller: Writer is based on decades of home footage and interviews she conducted with her father. Inge Morath/The Inge Morath Foundation/Magnum Photos/Courtesy of HBO hide caption

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Documenting The Offstage Life Of Playwright Arthur Miller (AKA Dad)

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