Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
ATLANTA (WAOK)- The Atlanta Center for Civil and Human Rights is preparing for its official opening this weekend. The Center for Civil and Human Rights is the new home to various authentic documents and exclusive […]
Are you into African American art, or want to do a cultural activity with your family? Well the place to be this weekend is at The Atlanta History Center to view The Kinsey Collection: Shared Treasures of Bernard and Shirley […]
Vincent Harding, 82, died Monday at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, according to Denver’s Iliff School of Theology, where Harding taught for many years.
Today, March 5th, is the final day for Reverend Bernice King to turn over her father’s Bible and Nobel Peace Prize. Fulton County Superior Judge Robert McBurney ordered Bernice King to turn over the items, […]
Today we are celebrating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Usually we celebrate on the third Monday of January, but today is his actual birthday which is January 15th. So to kick off […]
On Power Talk with Lorraine Jacques- White today we had an amazing show, in remembrance to 9/11 we dedicated our show to the victims on The 12th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Therefore […]
On Power Talk with Lorraine Jacques- White we acknowledged the 45th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination and we asked the question “have times changed? Have things become better in America for African-Americans?” Brian […]
Join Be A King with Kwanza Hall, Derrick Boazman and Jay Roberson on April 4, 2013. This day marks the 45th Anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. So join us at the King Center […]
What an Interview!!! We had the privilege of talking to Elder Bernice King, CEO of the King Center and Youngest Daughter of Martin Luther King Jr. We learned MANY personal details of the life […]
Atlanta has a vibrant art scene, and many of the city’s most iconic works display both the beautiful and the bittersweet. From urban paintings to statues, these pieces represent Atlanta’s history in all its changing forms.