Remembering the Riots
- MAYHEM & MISHAP: How They Died. // Time;4/19/1968, Vol. 91 Issue 16, p20
The article discusses the reports concerning the number of Americans died in the riots after Martin Luther Kind was murdered in the U.S. It mentions that among the 43 who died during the unrest, 36 of them were African Americans, nine were killed by private citizens and 13 were killed by police...
- RAMPAGE & RESTRAINT. // Time;4/19/1968, Vol. 91 Issue 16, p17
The article discusses the violence in African American ghettos after Martin Luther King was murdered in the U.S. It mentions that "Time" magazine's correspondents have compiled cases of the damages caused by the riots which include 5,117 fires, 1,928 homes and shops wrecked, and 23,987 arrests...
- This Week In Black History. // Jet;4/1/2002, Vol. 101 Issue 15, p38
Presents information about important events in African American history, including details of a 1965 march on the state capitol building in Montgomery, Alabama led by Martin Luther King Jr.
- This Week In Black History. // Jet;9/2/2002, Vol. 102 Issue 11, p20
Focuses on events significant in the history of African-Americans, including the 'I Have A Dream' speech given by the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. on August 28, 1963.
- King and the black church. Erskine, Noel Leo // Journal of Religious Thought;Winter91/Spring92, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p9
Explores the assertion that the black church tradition was the bedrock of Martin Luther King Jr.'s theology and subsequent leadership movement. Theology espoused by King; Role of white sources in King's theology; Five critical roles of the black church in the black community; Focus of King's...
- Celebrating Justice for All. Smalls, F. Romall // Scholastic News -- Edition 5/6;1/10/2005, Vol. 73 Issue 12, p6
Provides information on how the African American youth can work for justice in their communities in honor of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
- A Better World. // Scholastic News -- Edition 1;Jan2012, Vol. 68 Issue 4, p1
The article cites the effort of Martin Luther King Junior to improve the relations between African-Americans and white people.
- LETTER FROM BIRMINGHAM JAIL. // Appleseeds;Oct2013, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p17
A letter is presented from civil rights leader Martin Luther King to the people of Birmingham, Alabama in 1963 on segregation of African Americans in the city.
- This Week In Black History. // Jet;09/04/2000, Vol. 98 Issue 13, p19
Presents events from black history for the week ending September 4, 2000, including the presentation of a famous speech by Martin Luther King Jr.