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Littwin: Trump’s enablers in Congress cover themselves in, well, it’s not...

Coincidentally — or, I’d like to think, providentially — I came to understand something critically important about racism in America on Martin Luther King...

Denerstein on ‘Selma’: No biopic; it’s a great study of a...

A few observations from the fine new movie Selma: Martin Luther King sometimes ate ravenously. He had difficult conversations with his wife, a woman...

Wiretap: Crusader and commander

Jelani Cobb's piece in the New Yorker is titled "A President and a King," and it seeks to place Barack Obama's presidency in context...

MLK’s last-day speech: ‘I might not get there with you’

The day before he was killed 46 years ago today, Martin Luther King delivered a 45-minute speech on a sanitation strike. In the end, it became personal and transcendent in a way that has made it haunting and famous.

MLK-inspired Senate civil rights debate marked by 21st-century disconnect

It was the day after Martin Luther King Day. "You will not redefine marriage, and strike marriage, and strike the terms 'husband' and 'wife' from statue," said Senator Ted Harvey, a Highlands Ranch Republican.

MLK: It’s not the dream or the speech

Hamden Rice was a "smart ass home from his first year of college" when he got into it with his dad. "What really did Martin Luther King accomplish?" So his dad told him and then Rice told the internet.

Keeping the dream alive, this weekend Denver celebrates Martin Luther King...

As the Martin Luther King holiday unfolds in Denver, it is important to remember that it is more than a day off, more that an extra ski day. Today, we bring you first a statement by Colorado Democratic Party Chair Pat Waak. Then, we have video of the entire Martin Luther King "I have a dream" speech, that is followed by a much shorter video of an excerpt from the speech, in case you don't have time for the whole thing.

Greeley school board member sticking with white supremacist anti-MLK broadcasts

Brett Reese, a school board member in Greeley-Evans district six, said from now on he's wearing his pistol to board meetings. He said he's receiving death threats in response to the white-nationalist anti-Martin Luther King Jr. message he has been broadcasting in his day job as a disc jockey at Greeley's 104.7 "The Pirate" radio station.
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