The youngest child of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. said part of carrying on her father’s legacy is addressing economic disparities that had become a focus of his civil rights work at the time of his death.
By Alessandro Gisotti Just after Freedom Day, celebrated by African Americans with particular emotion after the killing of George Floyd, Martin Luther King's daughter reflects with Vatican Media on the nonviolent battle for equality and underlines the particular harmony between Pope Francis and her father. On Friday, the African American community celebrated Juneteenth, the day that recalls
BY SAM HAYSOMJUN 05, 2020Mashable As police brutality protests continue around the world, some of Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous quotes have been circulating even more than usual on social media. But as King's daughter Dr. Bernice A. King explains to Jimmy Fallon in the clip above, some people are taking her father's words out of context. "In '68 my
MLK’s Daughter Bernice King, Only 5 When He Was Killed, ‘Can’t Stop Thinking’ About George Floyd’s Daughter
By Sean Neumann People.com "I was 5 when my father was assassinated," Bernice said Friday on Today. "I can’t stop thinking about what her journey may be like now without her father" Rev. Dr. Bernice King, the youngest daughter of assassinated civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr., said on the Today show Friday her heart "always goes to" George Floyd's 6-year-old daughter —