High School Students Reflect On Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s LegacyDr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of equality for his own children still resonates with Minnesota students today.
Minnesotans Remember Life Of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Wednesday marks 50 years since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and thousands of people will come together in cities across the country to remember his life and legacy.
50 Years Later, Minnesotans Remember MLK's Final SpeechIn his "I've been to a mountaintop" speech, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. reflected on his life's work.
Bernice King Speaks On Non-Violence In St. PaulThe daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was in St. Paul Monday night bringing awareness to violence in our society.
Many Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. By Serving OthersMany people across the Twin Cities used their day off today to truly honor Dr. King by serving others.
Minnesota Governor's Council Hosts MLK Celebration At Ordway CenterPeople across the country are celebrating the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and what he did for the Civil Rights Movement Monday.
Dangerous Cold Hangs On In Minnesota For MLK DayBitter cold temperatures and dangerous wind chills are keeping Minnesotans in the deep freeze for a third day. The National Weather Service issued a wind chill advisory until noon Monday for a southern and central Minnesota where the wind will make it feel like 25 to 35 below zero.
Volunteers Honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day With ServiceWhile many attended events in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday, others decided giving back was another way to honor his legacy.
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Twin Cities Events Honor MLK's LegacyPeople across Minnesota are remembering the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Events, big and small, will honor the Baptist minister's work to advance civil rights with nonviolence and his mission of service.
MCTC Holds Day Of Service To Honor MLK Jr.Minneapolis Community and Technical College held their sixth annual MLK, Jr. Day Of Service on Saturday. Those attending started the day with breakfast before hearing some inspirational speakers and music. Afterwards, many attendees went to several local non-profit organizations to volunteer. Volunteer Delores Roberts was with a group who were making blankets for the homeless.
Twin Cities Still Far From Reaching Dr. Martin Luther King's DreamDespite the passing of 50 years and a slew of federal and state laws against racial discrimination, U of M Civil Rights Professor Carl Warren says Minnesota is far from realizing Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream.