THE SINS OF DR. KING
- Dr. King Was Peaceful. // Scholastic News -- Edition 2;Jan2011, Vol. 67 Issue 4, Special section p1
The article focuses on the role of Dr. Martin Luther King in changing the laws concerning the treatment of African Americans.
- The Martin Luther King Jr. Plagiarism Story Schneiderman, Howard G. // Society;Jan/Feb96, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p80
Reviews the book "The Martin Luther King, Jr., Plagiarism Story," by Theodore Pappas.
- The Martin Luther King, Jr., Plagiarism Story. Gross, Barry R. // Society;Jan/Feb96, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p85
Reviews the book "The Martin Luther King, Jr., Plagiarism Story," edited by Theodore Pappas.
- A Leader's Legacy. // Weekly Reader News - Edition 4;1/14/2005, Vol. 86 Issue 16, p7
The article highlights about Martin Luther King Jr. Day, being observed in the U.S. Martin Luther King Jr. Day became a holiday in 1986. King (1929-1968) was a civil rights leader who worked against discrimination. King dedicated his life to making sure that African Americans received the same...
- "I Have a Dream" -- King's 1963 Speech. Miah, Malik // Against the Current;Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p10
The article reflects on the speech of the U.S. most prominent civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. It cites the Emancipation Proclamation which is described as a great beacon light of hope to millions of Negro slaves. It also presents excerpts of the speech of King which still echoes loud...
- Civility Under Fire. COLSON, CHUCK; GEORGE, TIMOTHY // Christianity Today;Jun2011, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p66
The authors reflect on the lessons to be learned by contemporary Christians from the "Letter from Birmingham Jail" written by civil rights leader Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. in 1963. They point out that King did not use name calling or personal attacks in his letter to clergy who admonished...
- MLK: "I Have a Dream" is the Imron Chassis, but "Letter from Birmingham Jail" is the Far More Gritty Engine. ESTÉS, CLARISSA PINKOLA // Moderate Voice;1/16/2012, p12
A letter is presented from Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. to his fellow clergymen during his stay at Birmingham city jail in Alabama in which the former discusses how he answer to the criticisms against his work, the reasons of his confinement, and the basic steps in nonviolent campaign.
- The Death of the Dream. // History Today;Apr2008, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p14
In a country with a history of great oratory Martin Luther King stands high. His spellbinding 'I Have a Dream' speech to a huge crowd in Washington DC in 1963 was admired all over the world. He had first come to public attention as an inspiring leader during the Alabama bus boycott which began...
- Letter from Birmingham Jail. LUTHER KING JR., MARTIN; Kass, Amy A.; Kass, Leon R. // AEI Paper & Studies;2013, p122
A letter is presented from the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. to the eight moderate white Alabama clergymen following their criticisms of the move by King to lead a civil disobedience in Alabama in April 1963.