"I encourage you to study my father's teachings & words well beyond the last lines of 'I Have A Dream,'" Bernice King wrote after McCarthy invoked her father's famous speech.
Three great American leaders of the past provide some insights about the founding of our nation.
Anna Sandhu Ray, who married James Earl Ray while he was in prison for murdering the civil rights icon, was previously accused of animal abuse in 1996.
Woodson said he hopes that white people will push back against efforts by today's civil rights activists and the NAACP.
While some fans praised the singer for helping to amplify the civil rights icon, some people took issue with his use of Martin Luther King Jr.'s speeches on an album filled with love songs.
Bernice King was reacting to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired on Sunday night.
"I write this letter to you with great dismay, and great concern for the perversion of history that is being perpetrated by the Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum," the letter to California's governor says.
The notes were delivered in white envelopes, some with the names of residents on, some without. None of them had a name of a sender.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris mean what they say when they speak of being a president and vice president for all Americans—regardless of political stripe, creed or color.
The fliers, which also had the message "Join the Klan," were found at homes in Peckham, Kay County.
A number of Republicans including Ted Cruz and Ivanka Trump praised the civil rights icon on the holiday celebrating his birth.
"You should sit this one out," former Democratic presidential hopeful Julián Castro wrote.
King discussed the "foolishness" of the potential threat to 50 state governments ahead of Biden's inauguration on Wednesday.
Getting all 50 states to recognize the iconic civil rights leader's birthday with a paid holiday involved a long, political fight.
"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."
"When you tweet about my father's birthday, remember that he was resolute about eradicating racism, poverty & militarism," King's youngest daughter, Bernice King, tweeted on Friday.
The Google Doodle depicts a modern-day mural that pays tribute to the Montgomery Bus Boycotts and the Selma to Montgomery March.
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On Twitter Monday, the validity of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris' story about a civil rights protest she attended as a child was questioned after it beard strong similarities to an anecdote Martin Luther King Jr. shared in 1965.
A scene in the latest Pixar feature references some of the most influential people in history.
Despite being best known for refusing to give up her seat on an Alabama bus, Rosa Parks made numerous contributions to the Civil Rights movement and other political causes throughout her life.
Bernice King said the "democratic process is being disrupted" after President Trump's supporters gathered outside the Maricopa County Election Department office in Phoenix.
"If he was truly inspired by my father, he would join the fight to eradicate racism through policies that aim at creating peace, justice, and equity," King's son, Martin Luther King III, told Newsweek.
A Black Democratic state rep in Tennessee said he's "appalled" by comparisons between today's racial unrest and Martin Luther King Jr.'s era of the Civil Rights movement.
When asked what he thought the original protesters would think, activist Tyler Green said: "I think they'd also be disappointed that we're still having to march at all. They did it so we wouldn't have to, but here we are. It's now up to us to try again so that our kids don't have to."
Keith Nielsen had initially pledged to step down as the county GOP chairman, but has seemingly backtracked on that pledge.
A former congresswoman who served with John Lewis looks back on the legacy of a civil rights icon.
The late congressman, a beloved friend and inspiration to me, worked tirelessly to end voter suppression practices that are still being deployed today. We must take up the fight.