Posts Tagged ‘Martin Luther King Jr.’

In the News – Martin Luther King Jr., in his own words

In the News – Martin Luther King Jr., in his own words

From the Sun Sentinel, By Johhny Diaz:   Before Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his speech to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in South Carolina on Nov. 14, 1966, he scribbled some notes in the margins of a typewritten outline. That annotated outline is on display at Raptis Rare Books in Palm Beach. “It’s a…

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Celebrating African Americans in History and Literature

Celebrating African Americans in History and Literature

African American history and culture should be recognized and celebrated every day of the year, not just in Black History Month. But during this time, we are excited to celebrate African American history and its figures through new lenses. It is interesting how much literature and authorship has had an enormous impact on the lives of many great African American figures.…

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