A color photograph of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr speaking into multiple microphones and gripping a podium with both hands. He is wearing a white shirt, black tie, and black suit. In the foreground Albert Raby, also dressed in a black suit, is standing at the left of the frame in profile to the viewer. He is gripping a microphone in his right hand.
Harry Belafonte confers with Mrs. Coretta Scott King while seated next to Rev. Martin Luther King Sr. and Mrs. Alberta King. Dr. King's parents were affectionally [sic] known as "Mama King" and "Daddy King".
This black and white photograph shows Harry Belafonte speaking with Coretta Scott King, who is looking at the camera, inside of Ebenezer Baptist Church for Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday commemoration in 1969. They are seated next to Martin Luther King Sr. and Alberta King who are holding programs. Other attendees can be seen in the background. The background is not in focus but media equipment and the stained glass windows are still visible. The back of the photograph has a manufacturer's mark, and handwritten and printer's inscriptions.