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On August 28 2011. The Martin Luther King Jr . national memorial opens in Washington DC. Four years ago I was there for the groundbreaking because I believe that doctor king
On the birthday of civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr ., Dr. Robin challenges each and every one of us to give birth to a new sense of purpose, justice and peace. "True peace is
Jobs and Freedom, at which Dr. Martin Luther King Jr . delivered his historic " I Have a Dream " speech . As part of the celebration ..... Want to learn more about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr .?
As the nation honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr ., Dr. Angelou talks with the mother of a special girl who attended the groundbreaking of the Martin Luther King Jr . National Memorial in Washington, D.C. Dr
As we celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr ., Dr. Robin asks us to draw inspiration from his passion for keeping dreams alive. When things go wrong, Dr. Robin says you
Students at ABC Elementary School in Gee's Bend, Alabama, recite a poem they wrote about how Dr. Martin Luther King affected their lives.