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|Title:||Photograph of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Reverend Kelly Miller Smith, Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, 1960 April 21|
|Date:||1960 Apr. 21|
A photograph of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Reverend Kelly Miller Smith at Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, April 21, 1960, preparing to speak to an audience of over 4000 following the bombing of the home of prominent civil rights attorney, Z. Alexander Looby. While urging the audience to continue with the sit-in demonstrations, Dr. King gave an interpretation of nonviolence by saying: "We will say, do what you will to us, but we will wear you down by our capacity to suffer."
|Types:||Black-and-white photographs | StillImage|
|Subjects:||King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 | Smith, Kelly Miller, 1920- | Looby, Z. Alexander (Zephaniah Alexander), 1899- | Fisk University | Nashville Christian Leadership Conference | African Americans--Civil rights--Tennessee--Nashville | Civil rights movements--Tennessee--Nashville--History--Sources | Nonviolence--History | Nonviolence--Study and teaching--Tennessee--Nashville | African Americans--Tennessee--Nashville--History--Sources | Segregation--Tennessee--Nashville | Manners and customs--Tennessee--Nashville | Activists--American--Tennessee--Nashville | Nashville (Tenn.)--History--Sources | Nashville (Tenn.)--Race relations | Nashville (Tenn.)--Social conditions | Nashville (Tenn.)--Race relations | Southern States--Race relations--History--20th century--Sources | United States, Tennessee, Davidson County, Nashville, 36.1658899, -86.7844432|
|Collection:||Nashville Public Library Digital Collections Portal: Civil Rights|
|Institution:||Nashville Public Library|
|Contributors:||Public Library of Nashville and Davidson County. Special Collections Division|
Nashville Banner Archives, Special Collections Division, Nashville Public Library.
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Forms part of online collection: Civil Rights Online Collection.
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://digital.library.nashville.org/u?/nr,559|