Stanford University The Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute
News Archive: 01/2008
Building Bridges Radio: Celebrating King with Dr. Clayborne Carson (Audio)
January 22, 2008
Dr. Carson joins Building Bridges Radio to take stock of the legacy of Dr. King and how we can be informed by his prophetic understanding & activism today.
(VIdeo) Award-winning Public Service Announcements Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. are Now Online
January 21, 2008
In fall 2006 and 2007, Liberation Curriculum partnered with All Stars Helping Kids in sponsoring a PSA contest for San Francisco Bay Area juniors and seniors. The resulting videos are available online.
Interview on “The Paul W. Smith Show,” WJR Radio, Detroit
January 21, 2008
“With Liberty and Justice for All” Annual Symposium
January 21, 2008
Interview on “Forum with Michael Krasny”, KQED, San Francisco
January 21, 2008
“Of God and Country: A Look at Faith and Social Justice”
January 19, 2008
A conversation with Dr. Robert Franklin.
“The King Papers Project: An Interview with Clayborne Carson”
January 18, 2008
in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
“Assessing King’s Stance on Vietnam”: Interview on “News and Notes,” NPR
January 15, 2008
Institute Honors King on his birthday
January 14, 2008
Highlights included the new King Encyclopedia and the first viewing of Passages of Martin Luther King in Beijing.
Announcing Volume VI: Martin Luther King, Jr. questioned issues of faith, new volume reveals
January 08, 2008
As a seminary student and young preacher, Martin Luther King, Jr. challenged the role of the church in preserving segregation and questioned whether the Christian bible was literally true. With the publication of Volume VI, scholars will have a new window into King’s religious beliefs through previously unavailable writings from his early years as a minister.
New King Encyclopedia Released
January 02, 2008
The King Institute publishes The Martin Luther King, Jr., Encyclopedia.