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"Every now and then I think about my own death, and I think about my own funeral, and I don't think of it in a morbid sense. Every now and then I ask myself, 'What is it that I would want said?' I'd like somebody to mention that day, that ... Read the full story


"Let us be dissatisfied until integration is not seen as a problem but as an opportunity to participate in the beauty of diversity." —From "Where Do We Go From Here?" a speech delivered at the 11th Convention of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in Atlanta, August 16, 1967 Mary McMullen ... Read the full story


"There can be no great social gain without individual pain. And before the victory for brotherhood is won, some will have to get scarred up a bit." —From King's speech at the Great March on Detroit, delivered at the church pastored by Reverend C.L. Franklin, June 23, 1963 The Reverend ... Read the full story


"Let us be dissatisfied until the tragic walls that separate the outer city of wealth and comfort from the inner city of poverty and despair shall be crushed by the battering rams of the forces of justice." —From "Where Do We Go from Here?" King's presidential address to the Southern ... Read the full story

James Earl Ray

From January 1979. Huie asserts that, if there was a conspiracy to assassinate the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Congress spent five million dollars and missed it. But it is increasingly apparent it was never there in the first place. Download the original article (PDF) Read the full story