Marshall Keeble and Martin Luther King Jr. fought for ‘different things in different ages.’
By Hamil R. Harris and Bobby Ross Jr.

Marshall Keeble was calling sinners home at a 1939 gospel meeting in Ridgely, Tenn., when a young white man approached him after the sermon.

The renowned black evangelist reached out his hand, thinking this was one more soul ready for baptism.

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