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Dr. Carson with members of the Motherlode Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee.
Jan 25 2015 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson
Institute Director Clayborne Carson had a very busy MLK holiday, giving interviews with outlets including local public radio, MSNBC, USA Today and the Mercury News on topics ranging from King's legacy to the Ferguson protests to reactions to the Selma film and Oscars-snub.  On January 11, Dr....
Staff and students attend Selma
Jan 20 2015 | Posted In: King Institute
In honor of the national King holiday, staff and students attended a viewing of the film, Selma. All of the attendees give the film two thumbs up, and highly recommend it. 
King Institute Staff and performers at King Holiday event
Jan 19 2015 | Posted In: King Institute
The King Institute was happy to welcome visitors to our annual Open House over the King holiday weekend. Over 100 colleagues, supporters, students, and teachers stopped by as we celebrated the recent publication of Volume VII, and heard musical performances from San Francisco musician Tammy Hall...
Chuck Moran holding a copy of Volume 7
Jan 18 2015 | Posted In: King Papers, Volume VII
Volume VII has reconnected a participant in the civil rights movement to a long-lost picture. In a photograph featured in Volume VII: To Save the Soul of America, January 1961-August 1962 of The Papers of Martin Luther King, Jr., King thanks eleven-year-old Chuck Moran for being the first to...
King Institute Scholar-in-Residence Clarence B. Jones addresses the workshop.
Jan 14 2015 | Posted In: Liberation Curriculum
On January 13th, about 30 Bay Area teachers gathered at the King Institute for a workshop focused on the newly published anthology, A Time to Break Silence: The Essential Works of Martin Luther King, Jr., For Students. After special guest Dr. Clarence B. Jones shared his insights connecting past...

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