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Dr. Bernice A. King to Speak at Grinnell College Commencement Ceremony

Almost 55 years ago, civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered a Scholars Convocation titled “Remaining Awake During a Revolution” at Grinnell College. This deeply meaningful and historic event occurred just six months before his assassination. Now, Grinnell is proud to welcome his daughter, Dr. Bernice...
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Mac Observer

Dr. Bernice A. King Talks With Apple’s Barbara Whye on Martin Luther King Day

On Martin Luther King Day 2022, Dr. Bernice A. King, the civil rights leader’s daughter who runs the Center dedicated to continuing his work, spoke with Barbara Whye, Apple VP of Inclusion and Diversity. She was also on the new season to ‘Time to Walk’ on Apple Fitness+. This was one of the various ways Apple marked the day.
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Erie News Now to Present Exclusive Interview with Dr. Bernice A. King

Dr. Bernice A. King was five years old when her father was assassinated in 1968. More than 50 years later, she is the CEO of the King Center in Atlanta. For the first time since the pandemic began two years ago, Dr. King participated in a one-on-one in person interview for a special program, “The Conversation with Dr. Bernice A. King.”

Opinion: A transformative evening with Dr. Bernice A. King

Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) would like to thank all who participated in our virtual Fall Fundraiser on Oct. 16 with Dr. Bernice A. King. PSRC is grateful to all our event sponsors, annual sponsors, donors, participants and community partners for making PSRC’s Fall Fundraiser a success. It was a...

Haitian migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. deserve better treatment: Bernice A. King

Over the past few weeks, we have witnessed the gross mistreatment of our Haitian brothers and sisters who were seeking refuge under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas. I believe it is important to understand the factors that lead Haitian migrants to the southern border of the United States – searching for stability and jobs after fleeing a country devastated by natural disasters and political turmoil.