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Martin Luther King III to Host New Docuseries With Calabasas Films (TV News Roundup)

Click here to read the full article. Martin Luther King III will host a new docuseries produced by Calabasas Film and Media, the company announced Monday. Titled “Protect/Serve,” the series sees King, the oldest child of revered civil right activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., moderate a series of conversations with law enforcement officials, activists, grass-roots organization founders, DAs and other prominent figures. The conversations will focus on the role of police in America and the origins of institutional racism, with a goal of finding solutions to these problems. The first episode will feature a one-on-one conversation between King and Los...
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Martin Luther King III speaks at annual Social Justice Awards

King’s speech commemorated the 60th anniversary of his father, Martin Luther King Jr., visiting the College in 1962. On Monday, Martin Luther King III delivered the keynote address at the College’s annual Social Justice Awards in the Hopkins Center. King’s speech — titled “Toward Social Justice” — commemorated the 60th anniversary of his father, Martin Luther King Jr., visiting Dartmouth in 1962 and delivering a speech at Dartmouth Hall.
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Martin Luther King III encourages UB students to be new faces of leadership

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- The eldest son of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. made his return to Western New York as a guest speaker Tuesday night at the University of Buffalo. There were a variety of topics from the past two years that he spoke on, but he tells FOX Buffalo one of his goals from his speech is to motivate young adults to be the next generation of impactful leaders.
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Martin Luther King III and former U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young Join the Movement for Economic Parity in Cleveland

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who was assassinated 54 years ago on Monday, visited Cleveland at least seven times the year before he was fatally shot on the balcony of a Memphis motel. Dr. King, who was in the Tennessee city advocating for fair wages for striking sanitation workers, was scheduled to return to Cleveland six days after his assassination.
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Martin Luther King III to speak at Syracuse University

Syracuse University will again honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Junior next weekend and the keynote speaker will make this year’s event extra special. Back in 1961 and 1965, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke at Syracuse University. Now his son, Martin Luther King III will be joining...
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Martin Luther King III to speak at Syracuse University's MLK event

Syracuse University will again honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. in less than two weeks, and the keynote speaker will make this year’s event extra special. In 1961 and 1965, the civil rights giant spoke at Syracuse University. Now, his son, Martin Luther King III, will join...
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Martin Luther King III and family on voting rights fight

Senators will return to Capitol Hill Tuesday to debate a House-passed voting rights bill. CBS News congressional correspondent Nikole Killion spoke with Martin Luther King III and his family ahead of that debate about their advocacy work and why this issue is so important, and she shared parts of that interview with CBSN's Anne-Marie Green and Vladimir Duthiers.
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Martin Luther King III criticizes Manchin and Sinema over filibuster reform, says “History will not remember them kindly”

WASHINGTON (AP) — Facing stark criticism from civil rights leaders, senators return to Capitol Hill under intense pressure to change their rules and break a Republican filibuster that has hopelessly stalled voting legislation. The Senate is set to launch debate Tuesday on the voting bill with attention focused intently...
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