King Widow Sends a Nonviolence Message

From Times Wire Reports

The widow of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke out against a possible U.S.-led war on Iraq, evoking the assassinated U.S. civil rights leader's message of nonviolence.

"I believe that more people are thinking about him and yearning to hear his voice because of concerns about terrorism and the buildup of war," Coretta Scott King said in Atlanta.

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