As Dr. Martin Luther King aged, he continued his battle for equality, economic justice, and the Vietnam War’s end. His final struggle was the Memphis sanitation workers strike of 1968 after two men died. Elegant text and complementary archival photographs highlight this event with backmatter offering further clarification.
Young, old, disabled, healthy, black, white gather to march on Washington at Lincoln Memorial with Dr. King in this simple story illustrated with pencil outlines on textured colors. Backmatter offers dates and facts about this pivotal period in history.