The world house essay mlk

On this page is a photo [pictured in the booklet from which this material was taken from] taken Sept. 2, 1957 of King attending the Highlander Folk School which the Communist Party operated in Monteagle, Tenn. Identified in the picture is, No. 1 King, No. 2 Abner Berry. member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party and writer for the "daily Worker." No. 3, Aubrey Williams, Communist Party agent and president of the Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF) a red front organizing blacks in southern states. No. 4, Miles Horton, head of the Highlander Folk School. King was listed on the school's letterhead as a "sponsor." The Highlander School was financed by the Julius Rosenwald fund. At one time the Jew Rosenwald headed Sears, Roebucks Co. He spent $22 million financing civil rights groups. His daughter Edith Stern continued to give money to the SCEF and Highlander Folk School after her father's death. Her husband, Alfred Stern of New Orleans, fled to Russia just before he was to be arrested on spy charges.

The world house essay mlk

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