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Dr. King came to St. Louis four times before his assassination in 1968. The first time was a few months after the successful 1956 Montgomery Bus Boycott. On April 10, 1957, King spoke at the Kiel Audirorium. Despite an audience of nearly 9,000 the event was not a headline in the St. Louis Post Dispatch or the Globe Democrat. Rev. Nance & Bonita Cornute have a conversation about Dr. King. Nance talks about the fact that King and his father's lifelong supportive and collaborative relationship started in college.
Saturday-Monday Programming Grid:
6pm, 12am, 6am, 12pm: I Have A Dream, The Delmar Divide
7pm, 1am, 7am, 1pm: Why The King Holiday Exists, The History of BLM
8pm, 2am, 8am, 2pm: The Michael Brown Story
9pm, 3am, 9am, 3pm: Girls Inc, MLK Nobel Peace Prize Presentation
10pm, 4am, 10am, 4pm: Documentary MLK Assassination
11pm, 5am, 11am, 5am: ReBuilding America, BBC Face to Face With MLK
Dr. King was assassinated on April 4, 1968 in Memphis, TN where he was fighting for fair wages for the sanitation workers. King was vocal about union membership and criticized employment laws.
Produced by Harriett Hubbard