January 20, 2020 is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Throughout the day, a variety of events take place, and speakers around the nation offer their interpretation of what Dr. King’s legacy means for us today. Here, at the Monday Buzz, though, it has become an annual tradition to hear from the man himself. So, here […]
On today’s episode, guest host Norman Stockwell talks to Sylvie Laurent, author of King and the Other America: The Poor People’s Campaign and the Quest for Economic Equality.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration in downtown Madison continues to its conclusion. No Access Hour sceduled.
Today is the official celebration of the birth of Martin Luther King, Jr., who was born on January 15, 1929. Over the course of today, you will hear many people talking about King’s legacy, including Milwaukee’s Valerie Daniels-Carter speaking from the state capitol and former U.S. Commission on Civil Rights chair Mary Frances Berry at […]
A recording of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s acceptance speech at nobel peace prize ceremony.
From Marks, Mississippi to Madison Carolyn Stanford-Taylor is a long-time educator — she was with the Madison Metropolitan School District for 21 years (10 years as a middle school teacher and 11 years as a Principal), and has been Assistant State Superintendent with the Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction for the past 15 years. The […]