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Jul 13 2020 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, Liberation Curriculum
This episode focuses on Martin Luther King, Jr.'s involvement in the 1961/1962 Albany Movement, in Albany GA.
Jun 29 2020
"Clayborne Carson, director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute at Stanford University, said that 'for a person who was pretty much unknown to the world until just last week, this is unprecedented.' 'This has touched a nerve,' Carson said. 'It’s been building up for all...
Jun 28 2020 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, Liberation Curriculum
This episode follows Kings' move to Atlanta and Martin's involvement in students' sit-in campaign. In early 1960 the King family left Montgomery, Alabama, and relocated to Atlanta, Georgia, where King continued his work at the SCLC.
Jun 22 2020 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, King Institute
"Wherever there is a major stimulus for protest, something that outrages many people—for example, an unnecessary war (like all those during my adult life), or in this case, another video of a Black man being killed by police—then there needs to be a way of expressing that outrage, either through...
Jun 22 2020 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, King Institute
"With so much going on across the country, many fear the message of the protests is getting lost with the looting. Many are hoping the demonstrations lead to change and longtime professor and activist Dr. Clayborne Carson says it needs to happen in society and policing.

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