Monday, January 16
The Evolution of Dr. King
The National Civil Rights Museum
"Virtually every Democratic Party politician, black or white, claims the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Conveniently forgotten is the fact that in the final years of his life, before his assassination in 1968, King broke with Democratic President Lyndon Johnson over the Vietnam War and the administration’s failure to enforce civil rights legislation in the South. That’s something no Democrats of national stature have been willing to do today. ..."
Graphic essay: What the Civil Rights Movement can teach us about surviving Trump
The National Civil Rights Museum (Video)
2008 January: Martin Luther King Jr., Martin Luther King Jr. - 1, 2013 August: The March at 50 , 2015 January: Freedom Journey 1965: Photographs of the Selma to Montgomery March by Stephen Somerstein, 2015 February: Spider Martin’s Photographs of the Selma March Get a Broader View, 2015 March: Revisiting Selma, 2015 December: Atlanta: Darker Than Blue, 2016 February: Unpublished Black History