Despite Pandemic, Martin Luther King Jr. Day Events Still Taking Place Across North TexasCelebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day might have a different meaning for many Americans this year, that's because in 2020 the United States faced racial tensions similar to those that King experience during his lifetime.
Black Church Leaders Celebrate Dr. King, Consider The Work That RemainsThroughout North Texas and the nation Monday, many are celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior.
The Making Of The DISD Foley Gardere MLK Jr. Oratory Competition“If you’re going to stand up in front of your classmates, and give a speech on Dr. King, you're really going to have to learn the message."
North Texans Reflect 50 Years After Assassination Of MLKWe get two perspectives on whether or not Dr. Martin Luther King's call for racial equality is being met.
North Texas Events Celebrate Legacy Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Today Americans honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior. There are nearly a dozen events taking place across North Texas.
Arlington's Upcoming MLK Parade Drawing Praise & ProtestThe controversy is about the Honorary Grand Marshal, Governor Greg Abbott.
Judge: Martin Luther King's Bible, Nobel To Go To His EstateA judge signed off on an agreement settling an ownership dispute that had essentially pitted the slain civil rights leader's two sons against their sister.
Celebrating With The 1st Ever Combined Dallas MLK ParadeMore than 100,000 people lined the streets of Dallas today. People came downtown to honor the civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Junior.
Woman Who Helped MLK Change The Nation Talks About Famous LetterHe changed the nation and she helped make it happen. A woman who worked along side Dr. Martin Luther King Junior watched her story hit the stage Monday night in Dallas.
U.T. Dallas Professor A Part Of Civil Rights HistoryTo this day, one of Dallas native Dr. Bert Moore’s prized possessions is a letter he received from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Moore invited Dr. King, via letter, to speak at SMU and though hesitant it was an invitation King accepted.
Dallas Parade Remembers Dr. King's Legacy