Post Tagged with: "Dr. Martin Luther King Jr."
Bernice King stands by Rep. John Lewis. Tells churchgoers "Don't be afraid of who sits in the White House."
Calls Rep. John Lewis "All talk ... no action" despite Lewis' brutal 1965 beating by police in Selma, Ala., while seeking voting rights.
His NJ experience was pivotal in sparking his activism.
Dr. Martin Luther King's "The Drum Major Instinct" speech has profound lessons for today.
Some pro-Confederates decide to head off a proposed march on the burial site of Civil War soldiers and KKK members, including Edmund Pettus.
President Obama and others recount the historic “Bloody Sunday” march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala.
The Borgata has a simple explanation for its choice of dishes to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a choice many are calling racist.
Toyota Financial Services Honors Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy with Donations to Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Contributions designated to further boost college retention and graduation rates, seen as key to ensuring the fulfillment of Dr. King’s dream for America.
Getting legislation passed by Congress to establish Martin Luther King Jr. Day was no small feat.
With civil rights at the forefront this year, one can only imagine the powerful words Dr. King would deliver to protesters nationwide.
A popular fraternity faces serious consequences after hosting an MLK Day party. Where did students hold this offensive party and what did they have to do to get in?
Kaiser Permanente Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Dr. Ronald Copeland shares how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. inspired him to champion healthcare injustices.
Toyota Chief Corporate Social Responsibility Officer Latondra Newton shares how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has impacted her life and her career.
2014 marks the 20th year that Americans honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a national day of service.
Fifty years after the March on Washington, where have racial gaps widened and where have they narrowed?
Five decades after Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, why does racial equality remain an elusive goal?
Siblings, relatives return to the site of the blast to honor the victims.
Attorney who represented Rosa Parks, Dr. King dies at age 85.
Raymond Brown, the son of a renowned civil-rights attorney—and a prominent human-rights attorney in his own right—recounts the events leading up to 1963’s march.
CVS Caremark Chief Diversity Officer David Casey hopes the celebration will remind younger generations that more work needs to be done.
R. Fenimore Fisher, the Chief Diversity Officer for the City of New York, ponders the solution to the inequities that still impact this country.
Former Kraft Foods Group Vice President of Diversity Jim Norman wonders if such a rally today would have the same impact it did 50 years ago.
50 years later, a look back at the historic March on Washington that helped push the civil rights movement.
Honoring the 50th anniversary of one of the most important moments in the Civil Rights movement, a collection of images from the March on Washington.