Atlanta Voice

Remembering the legacy of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center

ATLANTA VOICE — Even after his death, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is undeniably one of the most notable leaders for civil and human rights. […read more]

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D.C. Marches Inclusive – Up to a Point

By George E. Curry NNPA Columnist   Organizers of the two recent marches on Washington – one called by Al Sharpton and Martin Luther King, III and the other engineered primarily by King’s sister, Bernice – almost stumbled over one another praising the diversity of Read More


Memphis Centerstage as World Reflects on Dr. King

by Karanja A. Ajanaku Special to the NNPA News Service from The New Tri-State Defender MEMPHIS – A billing for the evening read: “Mountaintop Speech Commemoration.” It was a summons to gather back at Mason Temple, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his last oration Read More