by Sheryl Huggins Salomon onOctober 16, 2011
After spending the night in jail, he has been released, a spokesperson told The Root.
October 16, 2011
Blogging the Beltway: Unapologetically political, the ceremony didn't shy away from King's more radical legacy.
by Lynette Holloway onOctober 16, 2011
The president gave that charge at today's ceremony, and the NAACP's chief echoed his words.
by Mychal Denzel Smith onOctober 13, 2011
Young African Americans haven't squandered King's legacy; their fight is just different.
by Mary Mitchell onSeptember 19, 2011
The new date, Oct. 16, also marks the 16th anniversary of the Million Man March and could create political tensions, writes the Chicago Sun-Times' Mary Mitchell.
by Nsenga Burton onSeptember 12, 2011
Now that Hurricane Irene has gone, the festivities can resume.
August 26, 2011
From Journal-isms: The Rev. Al Sharpton says he views MSNBC as new turf on the civil rights "battlefield."
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