Letter from Roslyn Wilkins to MLK

Abstract

Roslyn Wilkins of California asks Dr. King for his opinion on interracial marriage. Wilkins asserts that her mother would rather her marry a Japanese man because, as Wilkins is white, they are closer in color.

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Letter from Roslyn Wilkins to MLK
Friday, June 11, 1965
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