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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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.
Civil Rights Leaders Announce Another March on Washington After Voting Rights Bill Fails in Senate
A group of civil rights organizations will host another March on Washington in August to demand that Congress pass sweeping voting rights legislation and that state lawmakers halt efforts to…
March On Announces Historic “March On For Voting Rights,” in Partnership with MLK Jr’s Drum Major Institute, SEIU, National Action Network and Future Coalition, to Take Place on 58th Anniversary of MLK’s March on Washington
On August 28, Americans will march on Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Miami, Phoenix and Houston to demand an end to voter supression laws.
Martin Luther King III Joins The Jason Ross & Doug Christie Show
King, a human rights advocate and the oldest son of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., was able to join J-Ross & DC on the air to talk Atlanta sports, navigating…
I HAVE A DREAM: Interview with Martin Luther King III, Arndrea King and 12-Year-Old Yolanda Renee King on Family, Love, Activism and Their Dreams
The King family discuss their family, love, the life of Martin Luther King Jr and his fight for equal pay, civil rights activism, gender equality, women’s rights and the strong…
Martin Luther King III Discusses Legacy of His Father
Ahead of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, his son, Martin Luther King III, discusses his father’s legacy and why Americans need to stop idolizing his father and start embracing his…
‘Get Your Knee Off Our Necks’ March
On August 28, we will march to fight for criminal justice reform with those who have lost loved ones at the hands of the police.