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The Final Days of Martin Luther King Jr. with Julian Bond and Michael Cody '61

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Uploaded on Feb 2, 2012

University of Virginia School of Law alumnus Michael Cody and civil rights leader Julian Bond, a history professor in UVA's College of Arts & Sciences, shared their personal stories about Martin Luther King Jr. in a discussion at the UVA Law School.

Cody's law firm represented King during the Memphis sanitation workers march, and Cody -- a 1961 graduate of the Law School -- met with King the day before his death. Bond, a former NAACP chair who teaches in the Corcoran Department of History, knew King while a student at Atlanta's Morehouse College and was socially acquainted with him throughout the course of the Civil Rights Movement.

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