Here are new additions to to the already pretty massive The Best Resources For Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 50 Years After His Assassination:
The Best of Our Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Resources is from Teaching Tolerance.
In His Speeches, MLK Carefully Evoked the Poetry of Langston Hughes is from The Smithsonian Magazine.
Such an honor to have had you as a father and to still have you as a teacher. I greatly admire your courage and strength to love, and I learn from you daily. In the words of Maya Angelou, I “can be and be better because you existed.” Thank you. Miss you. #MLK #MLK50Forward pic.twitter.com/n9qD2X199z
— Be A King (@BerniceKing) April 4, 2018
‘I just felt like something had died in all of us’: John Lewis on the death of Martin Luther King is from The Washington Post.
— NYT Learning Network (@NYTimesLearning) April 4, 2018
In his last years, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was grappling with many issues: workers rights, a sprawling protest movement, persistent segregation and poverty. We inherited them all. https://t.co/FCH2eNAHQC pic.twitter.com/2nwgRFEO5c
— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 3, 2018
Ten years ago, @michaelpremo and I lived in Memphis for six week recording @StoryCorps stories of sanitation workers who marched with MLK and were with him 50 years ago today to hear his final speech https://t.co/EPCyi9Xyxj
— Steven Thrasher (@thrasherxy) April 3, 2018
50 Years After Dr. King’s Death, Remembering the Women Who Steered the Movement is from The NY Times.