King delivers his iconic speech "I Have a Dream" and urges America to "make real the promises of democracy."(Photo credit UPI/Corbis-Bettman)
Stanford's YouTube channel includes videos from King Institute Director Clayborne Carson's course "History 166: African-American History – The Modern Freedom Struggle." The introductory course to post-1930 African-American history focuses on the political thought and protest movements, looking at numerous individuals who have both shaped and been shaped by the struggle for freedom and justice.
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.
Former LBJ aide Bill Moyers reflects on King and LBJ's relationship in the light of the 2008 Democratic Primary.
This interactive chronology by the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute chronicles the rich history of the struggle for equality in their city.
On 28 August 1963, more than 200,000 demonstrators gathered at the Lincoln Memorial to take part in the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. In this video, Dr. Clayborne Carson reflects upon his experience of attending this historic event.