Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: A look back

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. tells a standing-room-only crowd in one of the two African American churches where he spoke about his keen disappointment about being released from jail, in Albany, Georgia on July 13, 1962. King was sentenced to a fine of $178 or 45 days in prison but was released after serving two days when an unidentified person paid the fine. After his release he was in conference with city officials for three hours and will meet again in an effort to settle the segregation disturbances. (AP Photo)

January 18, 2015 12:00 am  • 
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