Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Morehouse College class of 1948, and his sister, Christine King Farris, C’48 Spelman College, Associate Professor and Director of the Learning Resources Center at Spelman College
On this day: Malcolm X Murdered - 1965
Filename: 60q00klg.jpgPhoto Date: 02/22/1965Caption: New York Daily News front page dated February 22, 1965. Headline: MALCOLM X MURDERED Gunned Down at Rally.…
♍ Christine King Farris (born Willie Christine King on 9-11-1927, in Atlanta, GA) is the eldest and only living sibling of the late Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. She teaches at Spelman College and is the author of several books and a public speaker on various topics, including the King family, multicultural education, and teaching. She married Isaac Newton Farris on 8-19-60. They had two children: Angela Farris-Watkins and Isaac Newton Farris, Jr., who currently serves as CEO of the King…
At the Lorraine Motel
The National Civil Rights Museum, located in Memphis, TN, explores the history of the Civil Rights Movement and its impact on our culture today. Plan your visit today.
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Donna Brazile: Had he lived, Martin Luther King Jr. would have turned 87 Friday and likely would have still been urging a more inclusive America.