A few thoughts on MLK’s neglected politics | Bruce Ledewitz

BY: - January 29, 2020

Until we see political life as Dr. King did, as a striving that wins for all or for no one, we will remain enemies.

In Philly, luncheon pays tribute to activists, local officials who walk in MLK’s footsteps

BY: - January 20, 2020

The Philadelphia Martin Luther King Jr. Association for Nonviolence on Monday celebrated public officials and community activists for their work in social, economic and educational justice.

Martin Luther King Selma March

Why Martin Luther King’s anti-racism crusade needs to be renewed | Opinion

BY: - January 20, 2020

Martin Luther King's struggle was part of a larger global struggle against racism and hatred. Africans should revisit the values he espoused and continue with the anti-racism crusade.


On the MLK Day of Service, envisioning a ‘Beloved Community’ in your town | Opinion

BY: - January 20, 2020

Throughout his ministry and leadership of the civil-rights movement, Dr. King often spoke of “The Beloved Community” as the goal of efforts towards a just America and a just world.

Philly MLK Jr. Day of Service to focus on voting rights, U.S. Census

BY: - January 9, 2020

By John N. Mitchell PHILADELPHIA — In celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service will highlight the role of African-American women in the suffrage movement and other voting–related themes. The annual event, which takes place Jan. 20, the official federal holiday, is expected to draw upwards of 150,000 […]