coretta scott king
For centuries, women have been using their words to educate and inspire — from Coretta Scott King’s tales from the frontlines
Bernice King credits Coretta Scott King with making the federal holiday honoring the civil rights legend a reality.
The skit, “The Real Housewives of the Civil Rights Movement," didn't air but surfaced on TMZ.
She wanted more than jobs for all. She wanted jobs for all as part of a larger vision of justice for the poor.
Oprah Winfrey, Alicia Keys and others celebrate the prolific writer with a reading of her famed poem "Still I Rise."
The civil rights leader's youngest daughter believes King's teachings are vital "now more than ever before."
On March 3, 1968, a month before his death, King delivered the lesser-known “Unfulfilled Dreams” speech at Ebenezer Baptist
“Without #CorettaScottKing, there would be no #MLKDay,” Bernice King writes.
In honor of MLK's birthday, here are some facts they probably didn't teach you in school.