Martin Luther King jr.
https://youtu.be/ppS029E3JKE In 1967 at Stanford University, Dr. King described an America with “a daily ugliness … that transforms the ebullience of hope into the fatigue of despair.” His words remind us that this “other America” still exists for too many today. Join special guest Ms. Cathy Hughes, Founder, and Chairperson of Urban One, the largest […]
In a rousing speech on race, poverty, and economic justice – given less than a year before his assassination – Martin Luther King Jr. drives home the mission behind his Poor People’s Campaign. It is a clear-eyed look at the disparity of wealth in America, what it means for people of all colors – and […]
4/5/17- Roland Martin talks to the TJMS audience live from the 2017 Fantastic Voyage about the 49th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Listen below.
Jesse Williams has spoken out about the importance of teaching kids African-American history. According to The Jasmine Brand, the actor explained, “No one is doing us any favors by putting up a poster of Martin Luther King Jr. People need to realize that we’re directly connected to the invention of civilization. I don’t view it […]
During the event, actors, activists, and musicians will pay homage to Dr. King with recitations of his most revered speeches, as well as musical performances.
After meeting on Tuesday afternoon, GOP members collectively agreed not to move forward with their proposed changes.
The 93-year-old activist was honored Thursday for his work in civil rights at the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts in Memphis, Tennessee.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton missed a huge opportunity to make a stand about race issues in a recent GQ interview released on Monday.
The U.S. Treasury announces that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.‘s photo will be added on the back of the $5 dollar bill. According to WSB Local News, President Abraham Lincoln’s picture will remain on the front, but the back will feature historic events at the Lincoln Memorial, including images of renowned opera singer Marian Anderson, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. […]