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Martin Luther King Jr

Remembering the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and honoring his legacy.


Giving Voice: Unearthing the Ken Thompson CollectionCivil Rights Photographs from Historical Collection on Display

by Elliott Wright
1/18/10: "Giving Voice: Unearthing the Ken Thompson Collection" reveals both the heroism of the struggle and the forces of oppression that tried to block the way of civil rights.


Martin Luther KingMartin Luther King and Morningside Heights

by Elliott Wright
1/18/10: On the Hudson River, adjacent to Harlem, Morningside is the birthplace of '50s "beat literature," a stronghold of the '60s anti-Vietnam war movement, and the residence of  theologians Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Paul Tillich, and Reinhold Niebuhr.


Martin Luther KingDrew University: Online Exhibit Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

This online archive offers audio and text versions of Dr. King's "I Have A Dream" speech, articles, documents, and photographs.
Visit this resource at drew.edu


Video available onlineYou TubeMartin Luther King, Jr.'s Last Speech

This video on You Tube also links to other speeches by the civil rights champion including the famous "I Have A Dream" address. Click to hear and watch this moving speech.


Interfaith Musical Tribute to Dr. King Features Gospel Music of Methodist Author

1/26/07: Yes, that was African American gospel music coming from a Jewish synagogue in White Plains, New York, one Sunday afternoon in mid-January. And part of the audience at Congregational Kol Ami was Jewish, part Muslim and part Christian, including a fair share of United Methodists.