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Here’s the latest for Monday, Jan. 20th: Trump’s legal team asserts he did nothing wrong; Thousands of gun-rights activists protest in Richmond; Human transmission of new respiratory virus confirmed; the nation marks the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

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Today in History for January 15th

Highlights of Today in History: Martin Luther King, Junior born;Richard Nixon suspends U.S. offensive in Vietnam;Queen Elizabeth the First crowned;Work completed on Pentagon;first Super Bowl takes place.

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MLK’s daughter addresses current political climate

Amid heightening tensions in the U.S. and abroad, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s daughter asks that people keep in mind the values he exemplified. She spoke to reporters Thursday after announcing several events leading up to the national holiday. (Jan. 9)

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Today in History for December 10th

Martin Luther King, Junior accepts Nobel Peace Prize; Women get the right to vote in Wyoming Territory; America’s first domestic passenger jet flight takes off; Soul singer Otis Redding, General Augusto Pinochet die. (Dec. 10)

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Get Outta Here! Podcast: Revisit – Montgomery’s Slavery Museum and Lynching Monument

A memorial to the victims of racial terror lynchings is attracting new visitors to Montgomery, Alabama. In this episode of the Associated Press Travel podcast “Get Outta Here,” AP Travel editor Beth Harpaz visits the city to see the memorial and a new museum dedicated to the legacy of slavery and segregation. You’ll hear from visitors who drove across the country to be there for the opening, and you’ll hear what Ava DuVernay and others have to say about it. The podcast also explores some of Montgomery’s other incredible civil rights history, including the arrest of Rosa Parks, the Montgomery bus boycott, the Freedom Rides and the parsonage where a young minister named Martin Luther King, Jr., became the leader of a movement, virtually overnight.

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Kansas City votes on removing MLK’s name on street

After nearly a year of debate that included charges of racism on one side and claims city officials bypassed rules on the other, Kansas City, Missouri, residents will decide on removing Martin Luther King Jr.’s name from a historic boulevard. (Nov. 5)

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Today in History for October 14th

Highlights of this day in history: Chuck Yeager breaks sound barrier; Britain’s Battle of Hastings takes place; Martin Luther King, Jr. wins Nobel Peace Prize; Former President Theodore Roosevelt shot; Singer Bing Crosby dies. (Oct. 14)

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Today in History for June 8th

Highlights of this day in history: Islam’s Prophet Mohammed dies; James Earl Ray caught, wanted for killing civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr.; Architect Frank Lloyd Wright born; The N.Y. Yankees retire Mickey Mantle’s number. (June 8)

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Today in History for April 4th

Highlights of this day in history: Martin Luther King Jr. is assasinated; President William Henry Harrison dies; Hank Aaron hits 714th career home run; Maya Angelou is born. (April 4)

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Today in History for April 3rd

Highlights of this day in history: Martin Luther King Jr. gives speech before assasination; Bruno Richard Hauptmann electrocuted for kidnap and murder of Charles Lindbergh’s son; President Harry Truman signs Marshall plan; Jesse James shot to death; Pony Express begins service; Actor Marlon Brando born. (April 2)

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Today in History for March 27th

On this day in history: Martin Luther King Jr.’s son meets James Earl Ray in prison for assassinating his father; Comedian Milton Berle dies; the FDA approves Viagra; Quentin Tarantino is born. (March 27)

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Today in History for March 25th

On this day in history: Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. led 25,000 marchers to the state capitol in Montgomery, Ala. 146 people were killed when fire broke out at the Triangle Shirtwaist Co. in New York. Aretha Franklin, Elton John born. (March 25)

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Kansas City renames street for Martin Luther King

Kansas City has installed the first signs on Martin Luther King Boulevard. The city has renamed a street to shed its reputation as one of the largest U.S. cities without a memorial to King (Feb. 26)

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(21 Jan 2019) Here’s the latest for Monday January 21st: Americans honor Martin Luther King Jr.; Senator Kamala Harris announces her bid for president; Turmoil continues in Venezuela; Spanish taxi drivers protest.

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San Antonio hosts one of largest MLK marches

(21 Jan 2019) One of the country’s largest Martin Luther King, Jr. Day March is underway in San Antonio, Texas. It’s considered one of the largest in the nation, with approximately 300,000 participants, and stretches nearly three miles. (Jan. 21)

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President Trump lays a wreath at MLK Memorial

(21 Jan 2019) President Donald Trump has paid a visit to the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in Washington on the holiday honoring the civil rights leader. (Jan. 21)

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Biden, Bloomberg speak at MLK Day event

(21 Jan 2019) As Americans commemorate Martin Luther King Jr., Democratic presidential hopefuls are fanning out across the country to honor the civil rights leader, including former Vice President Joe Biden and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. (Jan. 21)

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Today in History for January 15th

(15 Jan 2019) Highlights of Today in History: Martin Luther King, Junior born;Richard Nixon suspends U.S. offensive in Vietnam;Queen Elizabeth the First crowned;Work completed on Pentagon;first Super Bowl takes place.

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Today in History for December 10th

(10 Dec 2018) Martin Luther King, Junior accepts Nobel Peace Prize; Women get the right to vote in Wyoming Territory; America’s first domestic passenger jet flight takes off; Soul singer Otis Redding, General Augusto Pinochet die. (Dec. 10)

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Today in History for October 14th

(13 Oct 2018) Highlights of this day in history: Chuck Yeager breaks sound barrier; Britain’s Battle of Hastings takes place; Martin Luther King, Jr. wins Nobel Peace Prize; Former President Theodore Roosevelt shot; Singer Bing Crosby dies. (Oct. 14)

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Today in History for August 28th

(28 Aug 2018) Highlights of this day in history: Martin Luther King, Jr. gives his ‘I Have a Dream’ speech; Clashes mar the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago; Black teen Emmett Till abducted and killed in Mississippi; Britain’s Prince Charles and Princess Diana granted a divorce. (Aug. 28)

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New Poor People’s Campaign Has Some Old Faces

(27 Aug 2018) The Rev. Martin Luther King didn’t live to see his Poor People’s Campaign become reality in 1968. The Rev. Jesse Jackson and Appalachian activist Alan McSurely picked up King’s baton, and they’re part of the new campaign 50 years later. (Aug. 27)

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Black Lives: Struggle. Dreaming of racial justice in St. Louis’ black neighborhoods (Ep.1)

Fifty years after Martin Luther King’s death, some American cities are still divided along racial lines. The legacy of legalised segregation persists and shapes urban areas like St. Louis
Episode one follows St. Louis activists who are fighting battles old and new: against inequality, poverty, bias, lack of prospects, police abuse, and extrajudicial killings, all problems the African-American community faces every day. We meet activist rapper, T-Dubb-O, Ferguson protester, Dhoruba Shakur, and local protest organiser, Tory Russell. They all describe the bleak reality of living in black enclaves
We also hear from Gina Torres, whose son, Isaiah Hammett, was killed in a raid on their home by a SWAT team. Some say the young white man received, “the treatment of black people” and died because he hung around black people.

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Queen of Soul Also Leaves Civil Rights Legacy

(16 Aug 2018) Aretha Franklin’s song “Respect” became a battle cry for black America. The Queen of Soul was a close friend of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and she never hesitated to support the civil rights movement financially or with her performance. (Aug. 16)

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The Assassination of MLK Jr., 50 Years Later

Fifty years after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., AP revisits its coverage of this world-changing event through the reporter testimony, text, photos and video found in its rich archive.

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