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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Only three people have a national holiday observed in their honor:

Chistopher Columbus,
George Washington, and
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Students Noticing More Homeless On SJ State’s Campus Since Jungle’s Closure

SAN JOSE (KCBS)— Ever since the closure of The Jungle homeless encampment in San Jose the homeless have been spreading throughout the city including places like San Jose State University. 168 more words

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UPDATE: Chapter 25: Culture Wars (1960 – Present) – Part I – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, the Civil Rights movement, apartheid in South Africa, and minjung theology in South Korea

Here are our submissions for the first half of Chapter 25.

We see both the good and the bad side of the Christian church’s actions during the 20th century – much of it having to do with political action in the United States, South Africa, and South Korea. 13 more words

Church History

Black History: To be Continued...

Most of us know our history when it comes to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Rose Parks, and more recent President Barack Obama. The three people I have listed have played key roles in fighting for freedom, social justice and equality for African-Americans. 91 more words

To Be Honest

An Incredible Year

1968 certainly was an incredible year. We had highs, like orbiting the moon and tragic lows like losing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This album is an amazing find, with all the news clips from throughout the year. 90 more words

Most Importantly - The Vinyl

10 Speeches That Shifted Society

Words can be a powerful tool for change. Here are 10 speeches by African-Americans whose words impacted everyone who heard them.

President Obama’s 2009 Inaugural Address… 1,359 more words

In Case You Missed It

Enjoy a beautiful performance by Generation Dream 2015 featured musician Maddie May

RICHMOND, Va – Madeline May is one of the talented performers that will be featured in ‘Generation Dream 2015,’ which is part of this year’s Living the Dream, Richmond’s Annual commemoration of the life of Dr. 86 more words

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