The C.O.W.S. w/ Dr. Jason Miller: Dorothy Cotton, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and COINTELPRO

Monday, August 19th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific

The Context of White Supremacy welcomes Dr. Jason Miller. A North Carolina State University professor of English, Dr. Miller is a White man and who studies the life and writing of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Langston Hughes. He’s credited with locating an original recording of Dr. King giving a “trial run” of his “I Have a Dream Speech” that was given in North Carolina nine months before the 1963 March on Washington. Earlier this summer, Dr. Miller published a report on North Carolina freedom fighter Dorothy Cotton and her “relationship” with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In the report, Dr. Miller references a number allegations about extramarital affairs and promiscuous behavior by the civil rights minister. We’ll ask Dr. Miller about the merit of these accusations, given evidence that the federal government participated in the assassination of Dr. King and carried on illegal surveillance and other attacks against Dr. King and his family for years.

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One Reply to “The C.O.W.S. w/ Dr. Jason Miller: Dorothy Cotton, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and COINTELPRO”

  1. If the technology already exists to superimpose a persons face realistically in a video, imagine what kind of technology suspected white supremacist will deploy in 2027. When they finally release this information it will be heavily doctored.

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