Alveda King

“People think it’s okay because it’s legal and because [a fetus] is not a person, but they said that about slaves, too," a protester said.
Fox News has signed Alveda King, the niece of civil-rights icon Martin Luther King Jr., as a contributor, Fox president Roger
Recently, and not surprisingly, the emotional battle over LGBT rights has focused on America's moral giant Martin Luther King, Jr. and the question: "What Would Martin Do?"
Taylor Branch is a progressive to be reckoned with when it comes to documenting the history of the American civil rights movement. That's why I was so shocked to read his account of Glenn Beck's Fox-hyped rally in Washington.
Another fringe figure fighting to gain stature is revisionist historian and peddler of Christian supremacy theories David
After months of huffing and puffing on Fox News, Glenn Beck did succeed in pulling a big crowd out to the Lincoln Memorial on August 28th. But, once they got there, nothing happened.
Alveda King obviously needs a little history lesson -- the national motto chosen by our founders was "E Pluribus Unum." The changing of our national motto to "In God We Trust" didn't happen until the 1950s.
And Alveda's chirpings about her sharing the "King blood" is like me using an alleged familial relationship to a rock star
As a reproductive justice activist, I know that reproductive rights are inextricably linked to civil rights. When women were