Monday, May 14, 2007

Communist Exhibit Closes At Atlanta History Center

Atlanta, GA
An exhibit featuring the writings of communist agitator Martin Luther King, Jr. closed Sunday at the Atlanta History Center. The exhibit consisted of over 10,000 documents from the personal writings of the notorious communist leader and an estimated 65,000 visitors were subjected to this propaganda during it's four month run at the Center. The collection will now be stored at Atlanta's Moorehouse college.

"Reverend" Martin Luther King Jr. at a Communist Training Seminar

The photograph above was taken by an employee of the State of Georgia's Commission on Education during a 1957 Labor Day weekend seminar at the Highlander Folk School Communist Training Camp in Monteagle, Tennessee. The Highlander Communist Training Camp was later abolished as a subversive organization by the Tennessee State Legislature.

1. Martin Luther King, Jr., of the Montgomery boycott and the Birmingham riots. Former FBI agent Karl Prussion charges that Martin Luther King belonged to at least 60 communist front organizations.

2. Abner W. Berry of the Central Committee of the Communist Party.

3. Aubrey Williams, President of the Southern Conference Education Fund Inc., the transmission belt in the South for the Communist Party.

4. Myles Horton, director of the Highlander Folk School for Communist Training in Monteagle, Tennessee.

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