Ali’s stance on Vietnam War emboldened MLK to oppose conflict — New Pittsburgh Courier

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WASHINGTON – Muhammad Ali’s decision to risk going to jail by opposing the Vietnam War provided Dr. Martin Luther King with the strength to come out against the war publicly for the first time, according to the board chairman of King’s old organization. Bernard Lafayette, a longtime Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) field organizer and…

via Ali’s stance on Vietnam War emboldened MLK to oppose conflict — New Pittsburgh Courier

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