March on Washington 50th Anniversary
Sanders invokes MLK legacy, seeks black supportSanders invokes MLK legacy, seeks black supportATLANTA — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is invoking the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. as he tries to increase black support in his bid to catch Hillary Rodham Clinton.
COMMENTARY: Ex-Im Bank creates opportunityCOMMENTARY: Ex-Im Bank creates opportunityTea Party leaders decided to kill the Bank to make anti-government statement.
UCF art gallery exhibits alumna's photographsUCF art gallery exhibits alumna's photographsWinter Garden-based photographer Sue Thompson will showcase her photographs from conflict-ridden areas around the world.
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History: Emmett Till killed, MLK gives 'Dream' speechHistory: Emmett Till killed, MLK gives 'Dream' speechHistory: Emmett Till killed, MLK delivers 'Dream' speech, Fannie Lou Hamer speaks out at Democratic convention
Sanders more vocal on racial justice issuesSanders more vocal on racial justice issuesSanders clearly aware he has limited name recognition in the African-American community.
Sanders increases campaign's focus on racial justice reformSanders increases campaign's focus on racial justice reformSanders was mocked on Twitter recently for not adequately addressing the issue.
West Tenn. pastor to speak at voting rights event in SelmaWest Tenn. pastor to speak at voting rights event in SelmaLawrence A. Ragland, a West Tennessee pastor, will join some 35 other ministers from around the country who have been invited to preach on the anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama, this Sunday.
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Friendship Nine convictions vacated in historic protestFriendship Nine convictions vacated in historic protestOn Wednesday, a group of black civil rights protesters, who were convicted in 1961 of sitting at an all-white lunch counter, were vindicated.
Your Turn: Holiday is fitting tribute to King’s workYour Turn: Holiday is fitting tribute to King’s workMLK Day aptly honors King and colleagues who prepared the path for changes in America
Jackie Joyner-Kersee pushes education at MLK eventJackie Joyner-Kersee pushes education at MLK eventThree-time Olympic gold medalist speaks at Des Moines Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day event.
King’s other legacy: ‘All labor has dignity’King’s other legacy: ‘All labor has dignity’MLK Day is the “other Labor Day.”
Martin Luther King Jr. had another legacyMartin Luther King Jr. had another legacyDr. King’s last campaign was a labor struggle.
Friends, family remember Mary Houston, NAACP serviceFriends, family remember Mary Houston, NAACP serviceFriends, family remember Mary Houston's work as longtime NAACP president in Marion
Optimism and anguish along Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. StreetOptimism and anguish along Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. StreetDowntown Indianapolis corridor is making strides, but challenges remain.
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'I Am A Man' to 'I Am Michael Brown': A closer look at protest slogans'I Am A Man' to 'I Am Michael Brown': A closer look at protest slogansUSA TODAY Network takes a closer look at messages used in protest and their origins.
It’s time to make good on Kerner Report promisesIt’s time to make good on Kerner Report promisesAmerica has changed since the Kerner Report was issued in 1968, but many of the same problems still exist.
Lawmakers say civil rights activists deserve gold medalLawmakers say civil rights activists deserve gold medalMississippi lawmakers are pushing Congress to award 3 Congressional Gold Medals.
Web Essay: A ‘Green New Deal’ to rebuild New YorkWeb Essay: A ‘Green New Deal’ to rebuild New YorkIncrease demand in the economy by increasing jobs and wages.
This Week in History: Aug. 26-Sept. 1This Week in History: Aug. 26-Sept. 1A look back at historical times in the Times-Delta
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President Obama at March on Washington 50th anniversaryPresident Obama at March on Washington 50th anniversaryStanding on hallowed ground of the civil rights movement, President Barack Obama challenged new generations Wednesday to seize the cause of racial equality and honor the “glorious patriots” who marched a half century ago.
Bell rings, choir sings on 50th anniversary of March on WashingtonBell rings, choir sings on 50th anniversary of March on WashingtonThe bells rang out Wednesday at the National Cathedral and nationwide to answer a call from one of the most important civil rights speeches in history to “let freedom ring.”
Houston students to relive history on 50th anniversary of March on WashingtonHouston students to relive history on 50th anniversary of March on WashingtonBuses rolled from southeast Houston early Thursday morning heading to our nation’s capitol for a historic event. Next week marks the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
Racism, bigotry reared its ugly head in FloridaRacism, bigotry reared its ugly head in FloridaAs innocent 4-year-old girls in the late 1940s, Katie (who is white) and Delia (who is black) become best friends despite societal pressures against them.
Asa Philip Randolph forged civil rights movementAsa Philip Randolph forged civil rights movementAsa Philip Randolph believed winning economic rights was the surest path to civil rights.
Obama, other presidents honor Civil Rights ActObama, other presidents honor Civil Rights ActPresident Obama -- as well as three of his predecessors -- are paying tribute here this week to the man and the movement that in many ways made Obama president.