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Oct 22 2020 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, Liberation Curriculum
On Wednesday, 11 August 1965, Watts, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California, became a battleground for one of the most violent confrontations between police and  African Americans during the 1960s. The arrest of Marquette Frye, a 21-year-old black man, triggered six days of unrest, resulting in...
Oct 14 2020 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson
Last October, The Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute at Stanford University commemorated the 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi's birth by hosting a major, international Gandhi-King conference. The conference featured three days ( October 11-13, 2019) of lectures and panel...
Oct 8 2020 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, Liberation Curriculum
Sep 24 2020 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, Liberation Curriculum
Sep 21 2020 | Posted In: King Institute
Reverend Robert S. Graetz, the only white clergyman to support the Montgomery bus boycott, has died at the age of 92 at his home in Montgomery, Alabama.  

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