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Even Though He Is Revered Today, MLK Was Widely Disliked by the American Public When He Was Killed | Smithsonian Magazine Seventy-five percent of Americans disapproved of the civil rights leader as he spoke out against the Vietnam War and economic disparity">Even Though He Is Revered Today, MLK Was Widely Disliked by the American Public When He Was Killed | Smithsonian Magazine Seventy-five percent of Americans disapproved of the civil rights leader as he spoke out against the Vietnam War and economic disparity

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Seventy-five percent of Americans disapproved of the civil rights leader as he spoke out against the Vietnam War and economic disparity
Even Though He Is Revered Today, MLK Was Widely Disliked by the American Public When He Was Killed | Smithsonian Magazine Seventy-five percent of Americans disapproved of the civil rights leader as he spoke out against the Vietnam War and economic disparity" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Watch the Electrifying Conclusion of Dr. King’s Final Speech | Colorlines King celebrated the ongoing fight for social and racial equity during his famed “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech in Memphis.">Watch the Electrifying Conclusion of Dr. King’s Final Speech | Colorlines King celebrated the ongoing fight for social and racial equity during his famed “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech in Memphis.

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King celebrated the ongoing fight for social and racial equity during his famed “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech in Memphis.
Watch the Electrifying Conclusion of Dr. King’s Final Speech | Colorlines King celebrated the ongoing fight for social and racial equity during his famed “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech in Memphis." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Nikki Giovanni: ‘Martin Had Faith in the People’ | The Atlantic The day after King’s death, the writer-activist wrote a poem about what his loss meant to a movement. Fifty years later, she discusses how his model of leadership lives on.">Nikki Giovanni: ‘Martin Had Faith in the People’ | The Atlantic The day after King’s death, the writer-activist wrote a poem about what his loss meant to a movement. Fifty years later, she discusses how his model of leadership lives on.

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The day after King’s death, the writer-activist wrote a poem about what his loss meant to a movement. Fifty years later, she discusses how his model of leadership lives on.
Nikki Giovanni: ‘Martin Had Faith in the People’ | The Atlantic The day after King’s death, the writer-activist wrote a poem about what his loss meant to a movement. Fifty years later, she discusses how his model of leadership lives on." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

A Black Evangelist Who Opposed Dr. King | The New York Times New research shows how Elder Michaux, the first minister with a weekly television show, worked with the F.B.I. to discredit the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.">A Black Evangelist Who Opposed Dr. King | The New York Times New research shows how Elder Michaux, the first minister with a weekly television show, worked with the F.B.I. to discredit the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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New research shows how Elder Michaux, the first minister with a weekly television show, worked with the F.B.I. to discredit the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
A Black Evangelist Who Opposed Dr. King | The New York Times New research shows how Elder Michaux, the first minister with a weekly television show, worked with the F.B.I. to discredit the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

50 Years After His Assassination, We Are No Closer to Realizing MLK’s Most Radical Dream | New York Whether we have made any progress toward realizing King’s more radical dream — the one he was chasing at the time of his death — is far less clear.">50 Years After His Assassination, We Are No Closer to Realizing MLK’s Most Radical Dream | New York Whether we have made any progress toward realizing King’s more radical dream — the one he was chasing at the time of his death — is far less clear.

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Whether we have made any progress toward realizing King’s more radical dream — the one he was chasing at the time of his death — is far less clear.
50 Years After His Assassination, We Are No Closer to Realizing MLK’s Most Radical Dream | New York Whether we have made any progress toward realizing King’s more radical dream — the one he was chasing at the time of his death — is far less clear." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

The Civil Rights Pastor Who Declared ‘I Am a Man’ | The Daily Beast James Lawson was a Civil Rights icon who saw the need for the fight to include economic inequality. He also unintentionally doomed King by inviting him to Memphis.">The Civil Rights Pastor Who Declared ‘I Am a Man’ | The Daily Beast James Lawson was a Civil Rights icon who saw the need for the fight to include economic inequality. He also unintentionally doomed King by inviting him to Memphis.

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James Lawson was a Civil Rights icon who saw the need for the fight to include economic inequality. He also unintentionally doomed King by inviting him to Memphis.
The Civil Rights Pastor Who Declared ‘I Am a Man’ | The Daily Beast James Lawson was a Civil Rights icon who saw the need for the fight to include economic inequality. He also unintentionally doomed King by inviting him to Memphis." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Ministers Look to Revive Martin Luther King’s 1968 Poverty Campaign | The New York Times When 12 religious leaders in collars and vestments were arrested last week in the atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, they were reading Bible verses about caring for the poor, and doing it so loudly that their voices could be heard at the doors of senators’ office suites nine stories above.">Ministers Look to Revive Martin Luther King’s 1968 Poverty Campaign | The New York Times When 12 religious leaders in collars and vestments were arrested last week in the atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, they were reading Bible verses about caring for the poor, and doing it so loudly that their voices could be heard at the doors of senators’ office suites nine stories above.

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When 12 religious leaders in collars and vestments were arrested last week in the atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, they were reading Bible verses about caring for the poor, and doing it so loudly that their voices could be heard at the doors of senators’ office suites nine stories above.
Ministers Look to Revive Martin Luther King’s 1968 Poverty Campaign | The New York Times When 12 religious leaders in collars and vestments were arrested last week in the atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, they were reading Bible verses about caring for the poor, and doing it so loudly that their voices could be heard at the doors of senators’ office suites nine stories above." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More