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Freedom's Ring drawing of marchers by Evan Bissell
Aug 20 2013 | Posted In: King Institute, Liberation Curriculum
Freedom's Ring is Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, annotated. Here you can compare the written and spoken speech, explore multimedia images, listen to movement activists and uncover historical context.
Dr. Andrea McEvoy Spero with St. Paul's Episcopal School students
Mar 5 2013 | Posted In: King Institute, Liberation Curriculum
Why is it important to learn from the past? Why and how do people struggle for social justice? What rights and responsibilities do we have in our world today? These questions guided St. Paul's Episcopal School students as they investigated the modern African American freedom struggle. Andrea McEvoy...
Jan 6 2012 | Posted In: King Institute
The Martin Luther King, Jr.Research and Education Instituteat Stanford University January 6, 2012For Immediate ReleaseContact: Regina Covington (650) 725-3876
Nov 29 2011 | Posted In: King Institute
Known to his close friends and family as a renaissance man, Mr. Brown dedicated his life to helping others and advocating civil and human rights. Eddie began working in the area of civil and human rights in the 1960s when he was expelled from Southern University in Louisiana for participating in a...
Photo of Rev. Fred L. Shuttlesworth with Dr. Clayborne Carson and King Institute Staff
Oct 5 2011 | Posted In: King Institute
Andrew Manis, author of the Shuttlesworth biography, A Fire You Can’t Put Out, has stated, “That Fred Shuttlesworth did not become a martyr was not for lack of trying. There was not a person in the civil rights movement who put himself in the position of being killed more often than Fred...