Civil rights lawyer Gray records another milestone Attorney engineers government apology for Tuskegee Study
A new debate over nonviolence Militant: A fiery black advocate of violence in the 1960s has returned to the spotlight with recent revelations that Thurgood Marshall passed information about him to the FBI.
Bayard Rustin's historic resurrection
Yolanda King contributes to the dream from on stage Heritage: The eldest daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had to find her own way to follow her father, and she has.
Africian and American Remembrance: Black HIstory Month is celebrated in historical and art art exhibits, contests, dramatic and musical presentations, storytelling and more.
Elimination of 35-hour week agreed uponYour editorial...
400 gather to remember rights leader Community activists honored for service at King dinner; Judge Bell is speaker; Annual event brings together 'all walks of life,' organizer says
Memories of King's lessons Protege: Dr. Levi Watkins Jr. once benefited firsthand from the teachings of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
On King and other soldiers Medals of Honor: Pacifist would have celebrated civil rights victory for war heroes.
MINISTER TO THE MIND During his remarkable career, Richard McKinney has left his imprint on generations of educators and ministers. At 90, the Morgan State University professor is still teaching young people to think critically.
Carl Rowan's 'Race War' -- two perspectives Realism: A bitter 'New Colonialism' is more likely and hardly more attractive.
For Clinton, a show of faith President embraces the bully pulpit of the White House; CAMPAIGN 1996
Moneta J. Sleet Jr., 70, winner of Pulitzer Prize for photography
The Rev. Andrew J. Brown, 75, a...
The Heart & Sole of Atlanta Hitting the hot spots and getting a line on the Old South city by following the 26.2-mile marathon path.
Faithful to higher ideals A leader: Rabbi Saltzman has been a champion of civil rights as well as a builder of Jewish community.
Civil rights in the 1960s: A saga of moral force and political brillance -- and a lesson
A. G. Gaston, 103, a slave's grandson...
President likens King to Founding Fathers Clinton at Ebenezer Church says slain rights leader redeemed nation's purpose
Making Their Own Way Second generation: The sons and daughters of the leaders of the '60s civil rights generation, the men and women with names like King, Abernathy, Jackson and Young, are coming into their own.
In the footsteps of King Enduring legacy: The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., who would have turned 67 today, remains a stong inspiration to area ministers.
Civil rights veterans judge race relations at crossroads Changes predicted by pair speaking at King events
Unity, pride, purpose pour forth
Clinton asks U.S. to end racism In Texas speech, he condemns bigotry of both races
A million men prepare to march in a climate of uncertainty
'Rev' 'dean of ministers' Hands-on: Marcus Garvey Wood has preached for 50 years and still fills the pulpit at least 40 Sundays a year.
Douglas Alan Stegmeyer, 43, a bass guitarist...
Over-building in Liberty Rd. corridorReporter Larry Carson's...
Harold Bennett Crutchfield, 75, Scout leader
Historical tabloid tales
Rabbi Milton Grafman, 88, a leader in...
Rev. Harold Carter reaps hallelujahs and amens for 30 years at New Shiloh A Pillar of Prayer
Morella, Sarbanes push for King memorial
WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN
Mrs. King, stepping down, sees hope
King and Gandhi
Keeper of the King legacy
Youngest son taking control of King legacy
King's example inspires 2 generations of clergy
On King's Birthday, the Fight Goes On
Martin Luther King Jr. remembered
Why America honors Martin Luther King Jr."Free...
Catholic parishes asked to pray, act to offset violence
Hate Crimes Expose the Complex History of Annapolis' Race Relations
Can the NAACP Shift Its Agenda?
Black leaders' summit: A search for unity, solutions
Values become Clinton speech theme
Clinton adopts 'values' as theme of speeches