Martin Luther King III
Martin Luther King III honored activists who were central to the voting rights movement, but said he can’t call the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday a celebration.
In light of recent developments with the King children saga, I can’t help but wonder what would have happened if things had unfolded a little differently. What if Dr. Bernice King stuck to her guns […]
A judge plans to order that Martin Luther King Jr.’s bible and Nobel Peace Prize be placed in a safe deposit box controlled by the court pending the outcome of a legal dispute over who owns the items.
In the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church where her father was eulogized and her grandmother was killed, more King family pain was made bare Thursday afternoon by the late Coretta and Martin Luther King, Jr.’s youngest […]
A generation after the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s death, his children are fighting again over control of his legacy.
Atlanta (WAOK) — A rally was held Wednesday at the Georgia state Capitol for Kendrick Johnson, a Valdosta, Georgia teen that was found dead in his high school gymnasium last January. Johnson’s body had been […]
A half century ago today – Wednesday August 28, 1963 – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. addressed a crowd of 250,000 people from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial at the March on Washington. Dr. […]
I’m just a girl from the Bronx. I was raised on the 5th floor of a tall building in NYC that was and is still sinking. I have one sister, my parents are divorced. I […]
In order to get more votes from the African-American community, the GOP chapter in Texas has decided to post a billboard with Martin Luther King’s picture on it. The billboards are posted in multiple African-American communities, and […]
The older son of Martin Luther King Jr. said he left the center that honors his father’s civil rights legacy because his siblings and other board members want to align the nonprofit King Center too closely with the family’s for-profit companies.