» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Listen +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Listen +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Listen +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Listen +| Comments

Martin Luther King Observances

Across the nation, presidential candidates, elected officials, and regular citizens join to remember the anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s 1968 murder in Memphis, Tenn. -- and to consider the civil rights leader's legacy.

Note: Please upgrade your Flash plug-in to view our enhanced content.

This Story
The Dream Goes on the March
Article | The scene yesterday looked like a typical parade: glad-handing politicians, waving beauty queens and pompom-carrying cheerleaders.
This Story
Three Days of Fire Still Seared in Witnesses' Minds
Article | F orty years ago today, the District was emerging from three days of riots that began after the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
This Story
Civil Rights Groups Seeing Gradual End of Their Era
Article | Forty years after the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, the storied organizations that propelled the modern-day civil rights movement alongside him are either struggling to stay relevant or struggling to stay alive.
This Story
From Ruins To Rebirth
Article | T he intersection where it all began that catastrophic night, the once-ragged corner of 14th and U streets, is now a crossroads at the center of Washington affluence.

Network News

X Profile
View More Activity
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Listen +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Listen +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Listen +| Comments
» This Story:Read +|Watch +|Listen +| Comments
© 2008 The Washington Post Company