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...Heston, had its world premiere in New York.In 1964, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover described civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. as "the most notorious liar in the country" for allegedly accusing FBI agents in Georgia of failing to act...
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My Turn: Our search for villains and heroes with emotional intelligence, and by revealing how their journey can be our journey, too." Like Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr. is remembered as America's civil rights hero. His story leads us to the nonviolent resistance effectively...
Kentucky clerks to license marriages as boss is jailed

...marriage is a union between one man and one woman. He compared her willingness to accept imprisonment to what Martin Luther King Jr. did to advance civil rights."Kim Davis represents the best of us and everyone should lament and mourn the...
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My Turn: Reasons to be excited for ski season

...allows 2015-2016 pass holders to have someone accompany them for free on three holidays (New Year's Day, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Seward's Day), and allows those who bought a pass last year who chose not to buy one this year to ski...
What Lee's 'Watchman' reveals about racism

...the role of a white character has provoked controversy. When "Selma," Ava DuVernay's movie about the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., arrived in theaters late last year, some historians and critics took issue with her portrayal of Lyndon Johnson...
My Turn: 'Amazing Grace' from S.C. to Alaska

...the Civil War. Booker T. Washington spoke at the church in 1909. It was the site of a famous rally led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who called for making the "American dream a reality." Those who perished - young and old, mothers, brothers...
Outside editorial: Amid anger, comfort the grieving

...rebuilt, and continued its activism. By the time of the civil rights movement, it was only natural that the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. would visit "Mother Emanuel" as he sought to organize blacks in the Palmetto State.When I was a kid attending...
Duke professor defends racial comments

...yellow races' shown in the concentration camps for the Japanese."Hough described himself as a disciple of Martin Luther King Jr. in the 1950s who supported integration. In his lifetime, he said, he's observed prejudice ranging from the...
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National Guardsmen take up positions

...when some of the same neighborhoods that rose up this week burned for days after the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. At least six people died then, and some neighborhoods still bear the scars.Jascy Jones of Baltimore said the...
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Lawyer pleads for bomber's life

...bombing, Tamerlan became furious and interrupted a prayer service at a local mosque after Assaf likened the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. to the Prophet Muhammad. Assaf said Tamerlan took a "fighting stance" and began pointing at him and shouting...
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