Episode 3 - Coretta Scott King

This is a special episode dedicated to shining a light on some amazing women who have been "Hidden in plain sight" and quietly airbrushed from history. This episode is dedicated to Coretta Scott King who was the beating heart of the civil rights movement.

Credits: Music by - @blackmusichistory

Cover art by @vixharrisart

Special credit to: @mum_life_with_toni @artishldn Thank you for your support

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