An interview with Michael K. Honey now available at the Atlantic online

While researching at the Martin Luther King Center in Atlanta in 1992, Washington University professor Michael Honey found an inconspicuous folder marked "King's Labor Speeches." He opened it, and found a trove of King's addresses to labor unions and workers' rights coalitions—most of which had never been published. This discovery led to "All Labor Has Dignity": a collection edited by Honey and released in January by Beacon Press as part of their "King Legacy" series.

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