• Posted on Jan 6, 2012
    In 1960, Harris Wofford served as the coordinator for civil rights during President John F. Kennedy's campaign. He would go on to become a special assistant to President Kennedy on civil rights, a U.S. Senator, and CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service. In this video, Wofford talks about his memory of Dr. Martin Luther King and the origin of MLK Day.


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