Seitu’s World: Martin Luther King III, Addresses His Fathers dream In Harlem

seitus world1By Seitu Oronde

Martin Luther King III with supporters at the Riverside Church celebrating his fathers 85th birthday 46 years after his death in April 1968. Continue Reading →

Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., In Harlem

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Art on the Hill Reimagining Dr. King’s Dream

martin-luther-king-jr1By Dr. Myrah Brown Green

This past summer, I stood on the northern grounds of The City College of New York, surrounded by large rectangular panels representing works from more than 90 visual artists. Continue Reading →

Walter’s World: We Must Remember

By Walter Rutledge

On April 4, 1968, forty- four years ago today, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. King was booked in room 306 at the Lorraine Motel, owned by Walter Bailey, in Memphis. Continue Reading →

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., In Harlem

In 1958, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was still basking in the glory of his legendary triumph that ended the thirteen-month Montgomery bus boycott he had led: the U.S.Supreme Court’s 1956 decision to desegrate buses in Montgomery, Alabama. Continue Reading →