Letter from MLK to Mrs. Stoug

Abstract

Dr. King writes Mrs. Stoug thanking her for sending a copy of the play, "Listen America." He also offers advice on how to market her play and expresses his appreciation for her support for the Civil Rights Movement.

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Letter from MLK to Mrs. Stoug
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Dear Mrs. Stong, Form Paragraph #11 Thank you for the copy of the play "Listen America" which was enclosed in your letter, I am grateful to you for the time and effort you took to send me a copy of it. May I recommend that you send the excess copies to various libraries throughout the country as complimentary editions. Through moral support of persons such as yourself, we will one day leave the dark night of racial prejudice and journey into the bright light of freedom and equality. Sincerily Closing Signature (MLK.)
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