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[[Bernice Summerfield]] once had a [[dream]] where she was debating whether humans were evil with a [[Cyberman]], a [[Dalek]], [[Grinx|a Sontaran]], and [[Kadiatu Lethbridge-Stewart]]; the Cyberman brought up Martin Luther King's assassination as an example of humanity's freedom of choice allowing for conflicting moralities. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Also People (novel)|The Also People]]'')
 
[[Bernice Summerfield]] once had a [[dream]] where she was debating whether humans were evil with a [[Cyberman]], a [[Dalek]], [[Grinx|a Sontaran]], and [[Kadiatu Lethbridge-Stewart]]; the Cyberman brought up Martin Luther King's assassination as an example of humanity's freedom of choice allowing for conflicting moralities. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Also People (novel)|The Also People]]'')
 
Dr Martin Luther King was an inspiration to [[Grace O'Brien]], grandmother to [[Thirteenth Doctor]] companion [[Ryan Sinclair]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[Rosa (TV story)|Rosa]]'')
 
   
 
During the [[Monk invasion|Monks' invasion of Earth]], an image of Martin Luther King was shown on one of the screens inside [[the Cathedral]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Lie of the Land (TV story)|The Lie of the Land]]'')
 
During the [[Monk invasion|Monks' invasion of Earth]], an image of Martin Luther King was shown on one of the screens inside [[the Cathedral]]. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Lie of the Land (TV story)|The Lie of the Land]]'')
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== Behind the scenes ==
 
== Behind the scenes ==
Stock footage of a speech by Martin Luther King was used in the television story ''[[Remembrance of the Daleks (TV story)|Remembrance of the Daleks]]''.
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Stock footage of a speech by Martin Luther King was used in the television story ''[[Remembrance of the Daleks (TV story)|Remembrance of the Daleks]]''.
   
 
[[Philip Purser-Hallard]] notes in [http://www.infinitarian.com/otcotsbook1.html his commentary] of [[PROSE]]: ''[[Of the City of the Saved... (novel)|Of the City of the Saved...]]'' that the fact that a [[statue]] of the first [[Lord Mayor of the City of the Saved]] is the centrepiece of [[King Square]] could point to the first Lord Mayor being Martin Luther King.
 
[[Philip Purser-Hallard]] notes in [http://www.infinitarian.com/otcotsbook1.html his commentary] of [[PROSE]]: ''[[Of the City of the Saved... (novel)|Of the City of the Saved...]]'' that the fact that a [[statue]] of the first [[Lord Mayor of the City of the Saved]] is the centrepiece of [[King Square]] could point to the first Lord Mayor being Martin Luther King.
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[[Category:Religious leaders from the real world]]
 
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Dr Martin Luther King Jr (PROSE: The Gallifrey Chronicles) was a famous human peacemaker, activist, and preacher.

Ryan Sinclair met Martin Luther King while visiting Alabama in 1955 during a meeting at Rosa and Raymond Parks' house, also attended by Fred Gray. At this time, Dr King was a minister at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church. Ryan remarked how his grandmother, Grace O'Brien, admired Martin Luther King for the work he would go on to do, and said that Grace would be grateful to hear King express his condolences for Grace's death. (TV: Rosa)

King was fatally shot in an assassination that occurred in 1968; (PROSE: The Also People) it led to many riots in the United States of America. (AUDIO: The Age of Revolution)

Bernice Summerfield once had a dream where she was debating whether humans were evil with a Cyberman, a Dalek, a Sontaran, and Kadiatu Lethbridge-Stewart; the Cyberman brought up Martin Luther King's assassination as an example of humanity's freedom of choice allowing for conflicting moralities. (PROSE: The Also People)

During the Monks' invasion of Earth, an image of Martin Luther King was shown on one of the screens inside the Cathedral. (TV: The Lie of the Land)

In 2608, copies of the works of Martin Luther King were kept in the Depository. (AUDIO: The Diet of Worms)

Behind the scenes Edit

Stock footage of a speech by Martin Luther King was used in the television story Remembrance of the Daleks.

Philip Purser-Hallard notes in his commentary of PROSE: Of the City of the Saved... that the fact that a statue of the first Lord Mayor of the City of the Saved is the centrepiece of King Square could point to the first Lord Mayor being Martin Luther King.

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