Martin Luther King III: ‘It’s really sad’ we’re still marching for voting rights
Martin Luther King III, DMI chairman of the board, civil rights activist, and son of Martin Luther King Jr., joins MSNBC’s Craig Melvin to discuss the fight for voting rights.
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MLK III and Rev. Al Sharpton Respond to Blocked Voting Rights Bills
Today, Congress left for recess without moving voting rights legislation forward. As state-level voting attacks spread across the country, Americans are crying out for Congress to pass federal voting legislation…
My Father-In-Law, Dr. King, Didn’t Wait To Fight For Our Voting Rights. Today, We’re Following His Lead.
Exactly 56 years ago, the Voting Rights Act was signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson, finally prohibiting racially discriminatory voting laws, like poll taxes and literacy tests, nearly a…
Mobilize Everyday People to Fight Republican Attacks on Voting, Just Like In 1965: MLK III
Shortly after Congress passed the Civil Rights Act in 1964, my father, Martin Luther King Jr., visited President Lyndon Johnson alongside other civil rights leaders and urged him to support…
‘I Have a Dream’ Voting Rights March Planned in Phoenix on Aug. 28
Phoenix will be one of a handful of nationwide locations for a March On For Voting Rights on Aug. 28, the 58th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic March…
Sharpton and MLK III Link Arms with Texas Democrats on Voting Rights
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s son concedes that ‘any of us could be very frustrated’ by stalled effort to resurrect federal protections his father fought for.
Rev. Al Sharpton and Martin Luther King III Meet with Texas Democrats | LIVE
Rev. Al Sharpton, Martin Luther King III, and Arndrea Waters King are meeting with the Texas State Democratic Delegation, a group of lawmakers who fled to Washington, D.C., in order…
Martin Luther King III, Arndrea King, Rev. Al Sharpton to Meet with TX State Legislatures
On Wednesday, July 28, 2021, Martin Luther King III, Arndrea Waters King and Rev. Al Sharpton will visit Capitol Hill to urge congressional leaders to pass federal voting rights legislation.
Emmett Till, Whose Murder Galvanized Civil Rights Movement, Remembered on 80th Birthday
Activists, celebrities and politicians took to social media Sunday to honor the 80th birthday of Emmett Till, a Black teenager whose murder at the hands of white supremacists in 1955…
MLK III Seeks Reprise of Tone Set in the 1963 March on Washington
Martin Luther King III, along with his wife, Andrea Waters King, and daughter, Yolanda Renee King, will help lead the March on Voting Rights and he will stand on the…
Martin Luther King III: ‘It’s Really Sad’ We’re Still Marching for Voting Rights
Martin Luther King III, civil rights activist and son of Martin Luther King Jr. joins MSNBC’s Craig Melvin to discuss the fight for voting rights.