Inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., civil rights activist, comedian, and animal advocate Dick Gregory opposed subjugation in any form. The post Dick Gregory: ‘Animals and Humans Suffer and Die Alike’ appeared first on PETA.
Buddhist group founded by Daisaku Ikeda quotes Martin Luther King, Jr. in post-Charlottesville statement. The post SGI-USA issues “Statement on the Racial Unrest in Charlottesville, VA” appeared first on Lion's Roar.
During a weeklong celebration for the new Martin Luther King Jr. national holiday, a bust of the civil rights leader was dedicated at the Capitol Rotunda. Los Angeles Times staff writer Lou Fintor reported in January 1986: WASHINGTON – A bust of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who gave his life "transforming...
"We'll have to repent in this generation not merely for hateful words and actions of bad people, but for appalling silence of good people.” Martin Luther King, Jr. I’ve been traveling this week but also seeing the news from home. I’m not sure I have much of substance to what’s already been said. Show More Summary
Martin Luther King needs no introduction but you may not be aware of the work of his niece, Dr. Alveda King. Recently she appeared on Fox News to address the
Alveda King the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King jr is responding today to the white supremacy protests in Charlottesville, Virginia. King says the white supremacists definitely need to be condemned and that racism is a sin and a blight on society. But the niece of the slain civil rights leader says she believes that […]
In Denver, several hundred demonstrators gathered beneath a statue of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in City Park and marched about 2 miles (3.22 kilometers) to the state Capitol. In New York, protesters marched from several locations in Manhattan to Trump Tower, demanding the president denounce white nationalist groups.
THE 'CIVIL RIGHTS ERA' IS LONG DEAD - DESPITE THE FRAUDULENT EFFORTS TO REVIVE IT Original Civil Rights Today's Fraudulent Reenactments Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Was Assassinated In Front Of The "Lorraine Motel" In Memphis As He Worked...Show More Summary
On Sunday's PoliticsNation on MSNBC, as Al Sharpton presided over a discussion of an upcoming march to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.'s role in the Civil Rights Movement, the MSNBC host fretted that President Donald Trump is "killing...Show More Summary
Hoisted from the Archives: More Dred Scott v. Sanford Blogging for 2007's Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Weekend! : Mark Graber has gotten himself to the right of John C. Calhoun. This is a position painful and ludicrous for a twenty-first-century American legal academic to assume. Show More Summary
On the anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, we must struggle to make sure everyone who wants to vote can vote. On the shoulders of my grandfather Dilmus Agnew, my mother watched Martin Luther King, Jr. give his renowned “I Have a Dream” speech in our nation’s capital in 1963. Show More Summary
Bull Connor, Martin Luther King Jr., and the Labor Movement In the first week of May 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. faced a painful dilemma as he sought to conclude the great Birmingham, Alabama, campaign. The labor movement helped solve this dilemma and a great civil rights victory was won. Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been a staunch advocate for civil rights, and even keeps a picture of Martin Luther King Jr. in his office. So it’s probably not surprising that Cook is a little defensive about a recent decision by Apple to go along with a repressive computer policy in China. In recent days, […]
EXCLUSIVE: Black Label Media has stepped up to produce and finance Hellhound On His Trail. Scott Cooper will direct his scripted adaptation of the Hampton Sides non fiction bestseller about the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr by James Earl Ray. Show More Summary
SEAL BEACH — Fred Fenton received a bomb threat after marching with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in Montgomery, Ala., in March of 1965. Just a couple of weeks earlier, Donald Koepke wondered if anyone would shoot at him as he took a 24-hour bus ride from Maywood, Ill., to Selma, Ala., to hear […]
James Earl Ray was an eclectic reader. His nightstand in the weeks following his assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. on April 4, 1968 could have theoretically included the novel Mission in Tangier, the self-help book Psycho-Cibernetics, or a manual on hypnotism. Show More Summary
Alveda King, the niece of famous civil rights advocate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., spoke up for President Donald Trump this week as she defended the rights of unborn babies. King, a civil rights and pro-life advocate herself, appeared on Fox & Friends to discuss remarks by Congressman John Lewis, a Democrat from Georgia, according […]
Topic: Academic Libraries Public Libraries About 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 1, a 36-year-old San Jose man shocked patrons and employees of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. library by climbing over a seventh-floor railing and plunging to...Show More Summary
Sunday, on “Fox and Friends”, Dr. Alveda King, the niece of famed civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,... The post MLK, Jr.’s Niece Pushes Back on John Lewis, Calls President Trump ‘Compassionate’ Leader (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Celebrities — you either have to love them, hate them, or don’t care one way or the other. One interesting truth about “celebrity” men and women is that abortions have affected many of them. I could also include cases of men celebrities, because some of them have post-abortion testimonies as well. We’ll save that one […]