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Marching in honor of King; linking Richmond
The residents who marched in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Saturday morning looked to emphasize a particular aspect of his teachings: Unity. “We are moving in the direction of breaking down the barriers that separate us,” said Otheree Christian, president of the Iron Triangle Neighborhood Association, “barriers that contribute to unnecessary violence.” About 200 residents participated marches that began at Nevin Community Center in central Richmond and in Parchester...

Community events honor Martin Luther King’s legacy

Deflecting the Dream: Right Wing Lies About Black America (and the Facts to Counter Them)
As we reflect on this past week’s commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, hearing the guttural effluent spewing from the mouths of America’s right-wing makes it clear where they would have stood — and where most of their ideological forbears did — a half century ago. Just as the nation’s most [...]

The Night MLK Was Murdered: A Photographer’s Story
On April 4, 1968, LIFE's Henry Groskinsky, on assignment in Alabama, learned that Martin Luther King, Jr., had been shot in Memphis. He raced to the scene. Here's his story.
The Best of LIFE: 37 Years in Pictures
A photo a year from LIFE when it was a weekly; four decades of unparalleled excellence. Above: 'The Ten Commandments' plays at a Utah drive-in, 1958.

Remembering the REAL Martin Luther King Jr…
So, yeah, when Rush Limbaugh says that people tell him he “sounds like MLK” (or at least more so than the President), yeah, um, neither of y’all do…in Limbaugh’s case, I doubt he’s ever read a single one of MLKs books or listened to any speech beyond the “Dream Speech,” and even then he didn’t [...]

The March on Washington: Power to the People
On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2014, LIFE.com presents pictures — many of which never ran in LIFE magazine — celebrating the people who transformed the 1963 rally into an era-defining event.

Flashback: Affirmative Action Debate, 2007: Destroying Conservative Nonsense
Oh damn…somebody just sent me this and reminded of how much fun I had thoroughly eviscerating right-wing nonsense in a debate back in 2007 on affirmative action for the now venerable IQ-squared debate series. I was teamed up with my friend Kimberle Crenshaw (of Columbia and UCLA Law Schools), and Khin Mai Aung of the [...]
Martin Luther King Jr. and the Freedom Riders: Rare and Classic Photos
Five decades after the Freedom Riders put their lives on the line for dignity and equal rights, LIFE presents photos -- most of which never ran in LIFE magazine -- from that heady era.

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!
Today we celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the pioneering civil rights leader. Continue reading »Follow Above the Law on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.Tags: Admin, Civil Rights, Holidays and Seasons, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, MLK Day, Public Interest

A life: Former Richmond Mayor George Livingston
George Livingston liked looking back. His hindsight wasn’t marred by what-ifs or dubious intentions. He gave it all he had, and there’s no shame in that. “What I am proud of is I was able to help integrate the city,” Livingston said during a lengthy chat in his Richmond home in February, 2011. “I gave people a chance that didn’t have a chance.” History will remember Livingston for many things....

George Livingston viewing draws family, Richmond
George Livingston looked dapper as usual as he lay in repose for a public viewing Monday night. Having devoted much of his 78 years on Earth to public service, it was only fitting that a City of Richmond pin was fastened to the left lapel of his brown suit. “George introduced me to politics” said Councilman Nat Bates, as he offered a few impromptu remarks at a service that allowed...
Tim Wise on MSNBC’s The Cycle: Upholding the Legacy of the March on Washington
My appearance today on MSNBC’s The Cycle, along with longtime friend and colleague Barbara Arnwine, discussing the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and the ongoing struggle for justice Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

Career Center Survey Results: A Working Holiday
We received over 1,300 responses to this week’s Career Center survey on whether you made MLK Day “A Day On, Not A Day Off” — for your employer. The majority of respondents, 66 percent, reported working on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Not surprisingly, the top reason for putting in extra billable hours was that… Continue reading »Follow Above the Law on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.Tags: Advertising, Allen & Overy, Career Center, Chadbourne & Parke, Holidays and Seasons, Job Survey, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Nixon Peabody, Shameless Plugs, Survey, Surveys, This Is an Ad

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day!
Yesterday, January 15, was the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the great American civil rights leader and Nobel laureate. As noted on the Nobel website, Dr. King was just 35 years old at the time he was honored, making him the youngest man to have received the Nobel Peace Prize. Please take some… Continue reading »Follow Above the Law on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.Tags: Admin, Civil Rights, Holidays and Seasons, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, MLK Day, Public Interest

Non-Sequiturs: 08.26.11
* What can law firms learn from Folgers crystals? Maybe how to provide legal services rich enough to be served to America’s finest corporations. [What About Clients?] * A look at what $100,000 in law school loans could have purchased instead — e.g., 505,050 chicken nuggets from Wendy’s. [Constitutional Daily] * What kind of “reasonable… Continue reading »Follow Above the Law on Twitter or become a fan on Facebook.Tags: American Constitution Society (ACS), Ann Althouse, Ben Kerschberg, Bret Laughlin, Cloud computing, David Prosser, Discovery, E-Discovery, Electronic Discovery, Fast Food, Groupon, Henry Blodget, Hotties, Joe Hodnicki, Justice David Prosser, Justin Bieber, Law Schools, Martin Luther King Jr., Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, MLK Day, MLK Memorial, Models, Money, Non-Sequiturs, Paul Campos, Paul F. Campos, ScamProf, SEC, Securities and Exchange Commission, Student Debts, Student Loans, Technology

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