50 Years After MLK Assassination, Who Will Calm The Fury?In the wake of Dr. Martin Luther King's murder 50 years ago, the likes of James Brown & Robert Kennedy stepped up calm the fury. Who is out there now to do the same?
Boston Remembers Martin Luther King Jr. On 50th Anniversary Of AssassinationBoston, like many cities and towns across the country, held a special tribute to honor Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Special Connection To BostonIn 1965, Boston saw the first civil rights protests held in the northeast.
'This City Really Needs This': MLK Memorial Planned In BostonBoston has put out a call for artists to submit designs for a new Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in Boston.
Day Of Action, Service Honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.It was a day of action and of service. On Monday, folks from all races honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Boston Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. DayThe annual breakfast honoring Martin Luther King Jr is the nation's longest-running event dedicated to his legacy.
Boston To Build Monument To Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Mayor Marty Walsh announced Tuesday that Martin Luther King, Jr. is going to be honored with a statue in the city.
Keller @ Large: Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. By Reading His Last SpeechIf you want to honor this day, you might consider gathering the kids together and reading them Dr. King’s last public words, his speech in Memphis the night before he was murdered.
Keller @ Large: How Much Progress Has Been Made?How much progress have we made since Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech?
Project 351 Students To Honor Martin Luther King Jr. Through Community ServiceMassachusetts students will be providing community service in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as part of Project 351.
Boston Children’s Chorus Pays Tribute To Martin Luther King Jr.The Boston Children’s Chorus hopes their music inspires others to create social change.
Several Boston Events To Mark 50th Anniversary Of King's 'I Have A Dream Speech'In Boston, Gov. Deval Patrick will lead a bell-ringing at the Old South Meeting House in honor of the 50th anniversary of the speech.