By Senior Correspondent
People are exploring the legacy and dream of the March on Washington 50 years later through a multimedia initiative powered by Senior Correspondent.
By The Soho Loft
This August 22, 2013 event is in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation and the 50th anniversary of The March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King's historic speech.
By WEDU PBS
The 1963 March on Washington was a pivotal moment in the Civil Rights Movement. More than 250,000 people joined in peaceful demonstration for racial and economic equality.
By Angela Crockett
Martin Luther King III and Cylk Cozart to speak during Advisory Committee Meeting about parental involvement; and the monumental effect it has on their children’s lives.
By Keeping Dreams Alive Foundation
"Martin Luther King III And Movie Star & Keeping Dreams Alive Foundation Director Cylk Cozart Speak During Harrisburg School District Advisory Committee"
By Art Rocker
“The struggle continues, our goals are still the same,” states Art Rocker, Florida SCLC Chairman and Operation People for Peace, Inc. Chairman.
By C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc.
This year, people across the country participated in a National Day of Service to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Employees at three C&S Wholesale Grocers locations were engaged in community service.
By The B Company
A team of HavServe volunteers participated in the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. National Day of Service on Saturday, January 19, 2013; HavServe is well known for its efforts in Haiti, and for pioneering in community-led development.
By Benny's Chop House
Historians say the southern gentleman loved the nutty, crusty dessert, which is believed to have originated in New Orleans.
By Point Media
Today is the day we honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and there are events happening throughout northern New Jersey...including this annual event in Bergen County.
By The Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd.
To celebrate the inauguration of President Barack Obama and Martin Luther King, Jeffery Leving invites black men and women who have caring, engaged fathers to submit their stories to be shared on our web site, www.ourblackheritage.com.
“Laying of the Wreath” honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and a salute to Rev. Dr. James Young and his lifetime commitment to serving humanity with a Proclamation officially declaring January 18, 2013 as “Rev. James S. Young, Sr. Day”
By world music with daria
Popular children’s performer, DARIA offers a free song download to celebrate Martin Luther King Day. “I Have a Dream” has become popular across the USA. Coloring pages, lyrics and MLK mini coloring posters can be found at www.dariamusic.com.
By PR by Schweikhart
Spady museum honors martin luther king jr. At 12th annual breakfast
By Vermont Academy
Vermont Academy presents the Rev. Bill Gregory as a guest speaker on Martin Luther King Day. Rev. Gregory will recount stories from his experience as a civil rights activist and his participation with Dr. King in the march from Selma to Montgomery.
By The DPJ Training Group
In this banner year of US and African American history, Deborah recognizes how the struggles and triumphs of the Civil Rights Movement are a must-get for all. At 1030 am, she will bring the Douglass Community Center alive with a message of hope.
By Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
In the spirit of promoting peace, inspiring community service, and honoring Dr. Martin Luther King’s Jr.’s legacy, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority will host a series of events during the King holiday on Saturday, January 19, January 20 and January
By Sartonk Designs
Three youth received SARTONK's inaugural Ali-King Award for writing in boxing at the New Jersey Boxing Hall of Fame Banquet
By Sartonk Designs
Sartonk Designs announces the distinguished panel of five judges who will evaluate the essays submitted by young boxers.
By Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA
Simon Case says things most white people won't admit to even thinking. Doesn’t he care that everyone else in his family is black? Rod Menzies directs the world premiere of an Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA production. Runs March 17 – April 29.
By Shelly Goulart
New Design-Build Project Latest in Rosendin Electric's Growing List of Bay Area Public Works Projects.
By Fire Beat
In remembrance of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. we bring to you one of his last writings with regards to his protest on war. We must look at our mistakes of the past to not make the same mistakes in the future.
By Dr. Russ Buss
Dr. Russ Buss takes the opportunity of Martin Luther King Day to celebrate the optimism that was learned during the civil rights movement. King taught black Americans through word, deed, and example they no longer had to tolerate hopelessness.
By Sweet Speeches
Sweet Speeches releases the first mosaic in its "In Their Own Words" series. The intricate mosaic created by Picture Mosaics features an image of Martin Luther King Jr. made out of words from his speeches and sermons
By Dionne Mahaffey
The Organization's Two-Days of Service is in Support of the Signature Grant received from HandsOn Network
By Gary Virginia
SAN FRANCISCO - Not your typical New Year’s party, “A Toast to 2012” will take place at Trigger nightclub on Martin Luther King weekend benefiting The Richmond/Ermet AIDS Foundation.
By Omega Consulting Enterprises
Bestselling author will give the keynote address during the 20th annual Dr. Martin Luther King March. This event will be held on Monday, January 16, 2012 at 10:30 a.m., beginning at the Loudoun County Courthouse in downtown Leesburg, Va.
By Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
In the spirit of upholding Dr. Martin Luther King’s Jr.’s legacy, Alpha Kappa Alpha will host two events aimed at promoting meaningful dialogue with the community. The goal is to work together to deal with problems that pose barriers to progress.
By Mithout Gomez
Several Dignitaries, among them veteran journalist Mithout Gomez, NYPD's Leslie Leon, and NYC Chancellor Dennis Walcott, are set to be honored at Caribbean Images' 16th anniversary gala celebration in New York
By Milton Reid
Did Martin Luther King die in vain? Did his words, “..judge people by the content of their character not by the color of their skin..”, mean anything or do they just ring hollow?