Civil Rights leader Dorothy Irene Height is honored with a Google Doodle today to commemorate what would have been her 102nd birthday.
Read through the FBI investigation of MLK’s assassination here.
Today we celebrate Dr. King, who was assassinated for his dream of racial equality in the United States. Here’s a look back at his peaceful protests and legacy.
The evil “church” think that Martin Luther King’s beautiful dream of universal equality didn’t include homosexuals or gay marriage.
It was 50 years ago today Martin Luther King gave the famous speech that has touched us all through the years. Watch MLK give his “I Have A Dream” speech here.
Here are some of the most powerful images of one of the most important days in U.S. history, August 28, 1963, on the 50th anniversary.
Thousands upon thousands descended on the nation’s capital to celebrate Dr. King’s beautiful dream.