Director Gregg T. Daniel explores Dr. King in ‘The Mountaintop’

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. brought hope with him when he became the face and the…

What would Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. say to today’s children?

DALLAS and HOUSTON-On Friday, Jan. 18, 20 Texas elementary school students honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by channeling his…

America and Race: What would King do?

If Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were alive today would his words be enough to save…

Obama: “They Dared to Dream Differently”

Calling back on the days of true grit and undeniable courage, President Barack Obama echoed the…

Why we still march

50 years after the seminal event of the civil rights era, the work is still unfinished…

Another March, Another Dream: 50 Years After Martin Luther King Jr. Made History

It was a time of terror and trouble. In the years before and after the historic…

Monday’s Meditation: My Dream

With the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous…

NFL Hires Do Not Reflect King’s Dream

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. fought for peace, stood for racial equality and brought hope to…

Why the New Minorities are Joining the Democratic Party

The Republican Party today has a race neutral and culturally accommodating philosophy.  What that means is…

Chargers, NFL Support King’s Vision

The San Diego Chargers and Chairman of the Board-President Dean Spanos-joined with the National Football League…

MLK: The Spirit of a Lion

I don’t see the timidity of a lamb when I think about slain civil rights icon…

Standing Alone for Justice

Rev. Dr. William Barber II has been arrested many times. He’s been hit up with death…

Martin Luther King Flag Brings Honor to Civil Rights Leader

By Dennis J. Freeman Like many Americans, Dwayne and Maria Landry Ross embraced what Dr. Martin…

Ronald Reagan Was No Friend to Blacks

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson It is no surprise that the conservative political consultant…

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr: A Legacy of Righteous Hope

By Dennis J. Freeman Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was not bigger than his famous “I…