- Jazz Band, ca. 1940
- Protesting Racial Discrimination, Waterloo, 1950
- The Iowa Bystander Newspaper Brings Hope
- The Iowa Bystander Publisher Fights for Success
- African-American Legal Associations
- The Iowa Bystander Provides Communication
- The Depression Years
- King's Message
- Buxton: Racial harmony in an Iowa coal mining town
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King talks about all God’s children are entitled to be treated as human beings and to not be subjected to the degrading, dehumanizing, racial discrimination biases that exist in this country.
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