Coretta Scott King Rose
This rose was named in 2013 after the wife of Martin Luther King. It's a tall, upright and bushy grandiflora with blooms of a coral-orange hue. It has a spicy tea fragrance and very good disease resistance. Hybridized by Christian Bédard in 2013 by crossing 'Hot Cocoa' and 'Moonstone.' Introduced by Weeks Roses.
Also, don't forget the Martin Luther King Rose Garden in Atlanta. It's one of the International World Peace Rose Gardens and is overseen by the National Park Service.