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South L.A.'s MLK hospital will reopen with a new healthcare outlook

The new Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital doesn't open until June, but that's hard to tell with all the people darting in and out of buildings at the South Los Angeles medical facility.

Flyers for the Campaigns Martin Luther King Was Working on When He Was Assassinated

The Vault is Slate’s history blog. Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter @slatevault, and find us on Tumblr. Find out more about what this space is all about here. These flyers call people to join Martin Luther King’s last campaigns, against poverty and the Vietnam War. Show More Summary

50 Years Later...Once More, Nonviolence

"Once more the method of nonviolent resistance was unsheathed from its scabbard, and once again an entire community was mobilized to confront the adversary." ~Martin Luther King, Jr. On Wednesday, I stood on the steps of the Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery before thousands of people and repeated these words that my father spoke 50 years ago. Show More Summary

‘Family Matters’ Star Darius McCrary Arrested In Michigan — Claims To Be On Par With Martin Luther King Jr.

On Wednesday, actor Darius McCrary was arrested in Michigan after allegedly failing to pay court-ordered child support. Upon his release, McCrary tweeted out a picture of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. being arrested with the caption “If they did it to Dr. Show More Summary

Why Do You Do What You Do?

Simon Sinek proposed in his 2009 TED Talk titled How Great Leaders Inspire Action that Martin Luther King, Steve Jobs, and other inspirational leaders communicate starting with “Why?” His talk is posted on YouTube and has garnered over 15 million views to date. Show More Summary

Fridging the dead in Detroit

This week's Detroit Gothic: police discovered dead people in a woman's freezer. Court officer Lee Gordon said her crew entered the home at the Martin Luther King Apartments on Tuesday to clear the property. Just inside the door, she said,...

Bodies of 2 Detroit Children Found in Freezer; Mother Arrested

Wayne County sheriff's bailiffs made a grisly discovery Tuesday morning while executing an eviction notice at the Martin Luther King apartments in Detroit.

Bodies Of Two Children Found Inside Freezer In Detroit Apartment

DETROIT, MI – Police in Detroit have a woman in custody after the dead bodies of her two children were found frozen inside a freezer. On Tuesday morning, police were called to an apartment at the Martin Luther King Apartments after a...Show More Summary

Cooter from Dukes of Hazzard tells CNN: Confederate flag license plates are ‘what Dr. King wanted’

6 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Sons of Confederate Veterans spokesperson Ben Jones suggested on Monday that the state of Texas was discriminating against his “DNA” because it was refusing to put Confederate flags on license plates, which he said Dr. Martin Luther King would have supported. Although most Southern...

Celebrating Water: Top 10 Special Things You Can Do

You have celebrated New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, and Valentine's Day. So now it is time to observe World Water Day. Like those holidays the celebration of water is about resolutions, equality and love "of life." Twenty-two years ago (March 22, 1993) the very first World Water Day was designated by the United Nations General Assembly. Show More Summary

Izola Ware Curry, Who Stabbed King in 1958, Dies at 98

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In 1958, she stabbed the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at a Harlem book signing — an episode that a decade later would become a rhetorical touchstone in the last oration of his life.

Historicist: “The long arc of history bends towards justice”

Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks at Forest Hill's Holy Blossom Temple in March 1962. “Old Man Segregation is on his deathbed,” Martin Luther King, Jr. said before a large audience at Holy Blossom Temple on a Thursday evening in March 1962. Show More Summary

You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take…

You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step. – Martin Luther King The post You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take… appeared first on Lifehack.

Memories of Selma - All of Them

On March 21, 1965, a diverse group of civil rights activists stood with Martin Luther King, Jr. to begin the third and finally successful march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. As such, it is part of this month's many remembrances of Selma and "Bloody Sunday." But it is more than just a commemoration. Show More Summary

Skid row residents ask for independent probe of fatal police shooting

With allusions to Frederick Douglass, Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, skid row activists called Thursday for an independent investigation and release of police body-camera footage in the fatal police shooting of an unarmed homeless man on skid row.

Don’t tell Democrats this, but …

“We know that there are many things wrong in the white world, but there are many things wrong in the black world, too. We can’t keep on blaming the white man.” – Martin Luther King Jr.................................................................

‘Selma’ Returning to Theaters

Martin Luther King Jr. is marching back into theaters. Paramount Pictures has announced an encore presentation of Ava DuVernay‘s Oscar-nominated historical drama Selma to begin this month, with a buy-one-get-one-free ticket promotion to sweeten the deal. Show More Summary

Family of doctor who saved Martin Luther King recalls rescue

last weekNews : NY Daily News

The family of the surgeon who saved Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is flooded with bone-chilling memories.

Common Core Renews Our Commitment to Public Schooling

Nearly sixty years ago, Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote in the pages of the Morehouse College student newspaper, "Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education." A young man at the time, King's words captured the purpose of a quality education: to develop understanding and strength of moral fiber, which together empowers young people toward unstoppable success.

Martin Luther King on the Two Types of Law and the Four Steps to Successful Nonviolent Resistance

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"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality... Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly."

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