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Jun 13 2020 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, King Institute
"Watching the current wave of protests following the murder of George Floyd brought back memories of my experiences in South Central Los Angeles during the black rebellion of August 1965. The similarities are evident between what I witnessed as an activist affiliated with the Non-Violent Action...
Jun 13 2020 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, King Institute
Beaten during riots in 1965, MLK's official historian Clayborne Carson says things are improving, but maybe not fast enough by Charles Russo 
Jun 9 2020 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, Liberation Curriculum
Jun 8 2020 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, Liberation Curriculum
May 22 2020 | Posted In: Liberation Curriculum
In 1954, Coretta Scott King and Martin Luther King, Jr., moved to Montgomery, AL, where King began his pastorship at the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church. The Church had a rich history, with many prominent ministers preceding King, including Dr.

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