On the eve of a historic second inauguration for our first black president, celebrities, activists, and family members honor the civil rights leader who helped make this possible.
by Brandon Weber •
Michigan is the latest battleground over so-called ‘Right-To-Work’ legislation. Here’s what MLK had to say about it in 1961.
by Segway Jeremy Ryan •
That Scott Walker was even pretending to honor Dr. King is way beyond hypocritical, it is downright insulting.
by Vince Yanez •
The fight for equality began in North Carolina, in 1961, at a Woolworth. That day, four young black men demanded to be served lunch at a whites-only counter.
by Winning Progressive •
One of the most outlandish conservative arguments we’ve heard over the past few years is that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. should somehow be considered a conservative.
by The Pardu •
Yesterday, I lived through some experiences that rank among those that I will never forget. I took a tour of the White House and within an hour visited the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Monument.