Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
MLK and Coretta Scott Kings unite whites and Blacks to make jokes about it.
For your MLK Day viewing pleasure, TV One is sharing educational and entertaining content centered around an icon of the Civil Rights movement.
Not enough artists - if any - drop material dedicated to the legacy or lessons taught to us by Martin Luther King, Jr. and with that being the case, Grammy nominated artist, Kosine has taken it upon himself to do just that.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a day of service and celebration for a beautiful man who fought and lost his life for Civil Rights. Lately, it's also become a day when brands and individuals with a well-documented history of epitomizing everything the late Dr. King was against—including outright racism—use his quotes to make themselves feel better.
The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had two siblings but thousands of brothers. The preacher, scholar and civil rights leader became a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc, the first and oldest collegiate fraternity for African American men, on June 22nd 1952.
The great divide between the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X is one of many tragic endings in Black History. Two men, with different methods of approaching a common goal, whose reputations remain to this day enshrined in their earlier viewpoints and not the evolution of their ideals.
As the 50th anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is nearly upon us, HBO will air a new documentary that examines the final three years of the famed civil rights leader’s life. King In The Wilderness, directed by Peter Kunhardt, will debut on April 2, two days before the date King […]
Racial tensions and violations have been skyrocketing since Donald Trump won the Presidential race in 2016, but luckily those who feel emboldened to spew their hate for all to see have been dealing with the consequences of their actions. The latest example comes out of the University of Alabama where 19-year-old Harley Barber was kicked out […]
Colin Kaepernick is standing tall on his position of equality for all. The still former NFL quarterback called out folks who condemned him for protesting the national anthem but praised the work of MLK.
It’s another Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day and along with the day off from work, for some, we’re getting the usual pullquotes and nods to the iconic Civil Rights revolutionary. While sometimes the praise rings hollow—see Donald Trump’s recent signing with a litany of step’n fetch its—President Barack Obama‘s homage to MLK rang sincere.
Jeffrey Lord, a CNN political commentator known to swing off the sack of Cheeto Trump went full headass today (April 13). While on national TV he called the “alleged” POTUS the “Martin Luther King, Jr. of healthcare.”