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“Why We Can’t Wait,” Discussion of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s book, February 24, 2020

As part of the Princeton Public Schools–Princeton Public Library African American One-Read, Not in Our Town Princeton is hosting a discussion of Martin Luther King Jr.’s book Why We Can’t Wait, at the Princeton Public Library, on Monday, February 24,…

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Bryan Stevenson Wants the U.S. to Face Its History

In the days leading up to Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jaime L of the New York Times interviews Bryan Stevenson about incarceration, American history, and Dr. King.  ” If we had done the work that we should have done…

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Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy, Fifty Years Later

Fifty years after Martin Luther King’s assassination, Charles McKinney tells The Takeaway host Duarte Geraldino how Dr. King’s image has been sanitized to move him away from the political fighter that he was to someone more palatable to the larger…

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King Remembered

On the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Radio Atlantic’s Vann Newkirk narrates a program that examines the reality of the man and his work compared to the myth that has evolved about him.  A…

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Martin Luther King Jr.: A Man of Conscience, January 20, 2018

Keith Henley, an actor with the American Historical Theatre of Philadelphia, will perform at the Plainsboro Public Library (9 Van Doren Street, Plainsboro) on Saturday, January 20 at 2 pm.  Henley will use a sermon, “What Is Man?” that Dr….

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