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The Prize

Martin Luther King’s Nobel Speech Is an Often Ignored Masterpiece

Martin Luther King’s Nobel Speech Is an Often Ignored Masterpiece

by Malcolm, Jones Source: The Daily Beast When Martin Luther King accepted his Nobel Prize, he delivered a speech that has been unfairly ignored because his delivery was so muted. Read 50 years later, it is electrifying. Martin Luther King’s gifts were manifest. He was an inspired leader, a galvanizing orator, and a brilliant polemicist […]

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Official Program for the March on Washington (1963)

Official Program for the March on Washington (1963)

National Archives

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The Prize

The Prize

Dr Martin Luther King Jr Accepts the Nobel Peace Prize

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Passing as Black: How Biracial Americans Choose Identity (Time)

Passing as Black: How Biracial Americans Choose Identity (Time)

By MEREDITH MELNICK The practice of passing — identifying with and presenting oneself as one race while denying ancestry of another — reached its peak during the Jim Crow era. Needless to say, the notion of having to “pass” as white is outdated and offensive, but as sociologists Nikki Khanna and Cathryn Johnson report in a […]

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