Yesterday (February 7, 2017) , on the floor of the United States Senate, Senator Elizabeth Warren—a Radcliffe fellow—started to read a letter written in 1986 by Coretta Scott King to Strom Thurmond, who was the chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, about President Donald Trump's current Attorney General nominee Jefferson Sessions’s record on civil rights.
That was just the first letter King wrote. There was another one, and there is a copy of it in the Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute as part of the records of the National Organization for Women.
You can read it here:
Finding Aid: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/ead/sch00300/catalog