When Harlem Nearly Killed King: The 1958 Stabbing of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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In 1958 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. During the tour, a mentally unstable African American woman stabbed the civil rights leader, and an acclaimed surgeon saved his life. Pearson captures this historical moment and the life-threatening episode becomes, in a sense, a mortal danger to the soul of a nation trying to put racism behind it.

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