Join us this Monday, January 17, when WORT will feature several special broadcasts honoring the life and work of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 12-1pm: 41st Annual State Of […]
Madison in the Sixties –November, 1965 John Lewis, the 25-year-old national chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, SNCC, returns to Madison for two speaking engagements on the second, starting […]
Madison in the Sixties. Civil Rights, 1968 – The Death of Dr. King Friday, April 5 As they did in November, 1963, thousands gather to grieve atop Bascom Hill. But […]
Madison in the Sixties. Civil rights, 1965 In November, two great civil rights leaders come to campus. John Lewis, the 25-year-old national chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, speaks […]
Martin Luther King and George McGovern come to town, students send their meal money to the poor in Mississippi, and Paul Soglin gets his political start. Just some of the […]
Jazz Musician Bobby Watson teams up with spoken word artist Glenn North to pay tribute to Martin Luther King and the forgotten message of the March on Washington.