Coretta Scott King speech written in a video and an overview of the public speaking speech topics of the Civil Rights Activist on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act of 1994. King, born April 27, 1927 – died January 30, 2006, was the spouse of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; one of the main leaders of the American civil rights movement. He was assassinated in 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee. After his death Cotetta successfully carried on the work of her late husband for the American Civil Rights Movement.
This public address text on non-discrimination in the workplace is based on the speech topics non-discrimination and employment. Her favorite issues to discuss and to advocate for in life. She performed the talk we study in this education reference library today at the formal ceremonial press conference she gave Introduction of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act of 1994. To be precisely, it was delivered at June 23, 1994, in Washington D.C.: