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Ambassador Brings Live Religious Freedom Discussion to Facebook    David N. Saperstein departed his position this month as Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom in the U.S. Department of State. On the last day of his tenure, January 10, he moderated the first live Facebook conversation by the Office of International Religious Freedom.    Appointed by President Obama and confirmed by the Senate in December 2014, he has served, as mandated by law, as principal adviser to the…

Ambassador Brings Live Religious Freedom Discussion to Facebook David N. Saperstein departed his position this month as Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom in the U.S. Department of State. On the last day of his tenure, January 10, he moderated the first live Facebook conversation by the Office of International Religious Freedom. Appointed by President Obama and confirmed by the Senate in December 2014, he has served, as mandated by law, as principal adviser to the…

"He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." -Martin Luther King Jr.

Leadership Lessons From Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

"He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." -Martin Luther King Jr.

Beyond Race: 8 Other Important Lessons from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Beyond Race: 8 Other Important Lessons from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

What Martin Luther King's 1967 Speech Can Teach Us About the Relationship Between Race and Class Today | Alternet

What Martin Luther King's 1967 Speech Can Teach Us About the Relationship Between Race and Class Today | Alternet

(1) video - Nov 18 It was 50 years ago today that FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover made headlines by calling Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. the “most notorious liar in the country." Hoover made the comment in front of a group of female journalists ahead of King’s trip to Oslo where he received the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize, becoming the youngest recipient of the prize.

(1) video - Nov 18 It was 50 years ago today that FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover made headlines by calling Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. the “most notorious liar in the country." Hoover made the comment in front of a group of female journalists ahead of King’s trip to Oslo where he received the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize, becoming the youngest recipient of the prize.

We continue our coverage of the 50th anniversary of the historic voting rights campaign in Selma, Alabama. On this day in 1965 — the second Tuesday of March — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led a second attempt to march from Selma to Montgomery. Two days earlier on Bloody Sunday, Alabama state troopers beat peaceful marchers crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge. On what became known as Turnaround Tuesday, 2,000 protesters marched over the bridge. On the other side they were greeted by a line of…

We continue our coverage of the 50th anniversary of the historic voting rights campaign in Selma, Alabama. On this day in 1965 — the second Tuesday of March — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led a second attempt to march from Selma to Montgomery. Two days earlier on Bloody Sunday, Alabama state troopers beat peaceful marchers crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge. On what became known as Turnaround Tuesday, 2,000 protesters marched over the bridge. On the other side they were greeted by a line of…

Some revolutionary knowledge from MLK

11 forgotten Martin Luther King quotes that show he was a revolutionary

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial  "We shall overcome because the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice."

Unseating Invisible Racism

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial "We shall overcome because the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice."

TIL that when Samuel L. Jackson was a student at Morehouse college he became so upset with the lack of student representation on board of trustees that he held the entire board (including Martin Luther King Sr.) hostage by locking them in a building during a meeting.

TIL that when Samuel L. Jackson was a student at Morehouse college he became so upset with the lack of student representation on board of trustees that he held the entire board (including Martin Luther King Sr.) hostage by locking them in a building during a meeting.