3/12/2012 | King Center News

King Center Holds Volunteer Appreciation Reception

Thursday, March 8th, 2012. The King Center held a reception on the grounds to thank the many volunteers for their hard work on the 2012 King Holiday Week Events.

2/2/2012 | King Center in the Press

Ground breaks to link King Center with Centennial Park

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood joined Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed Wednesday at a ceremony kicking off construction of the 2.6-mile Atlanta Streetcar.

1/23/2012 | King Center in the Press

2012 MLK Commemorative Service Video

Links to the video coverage of the Commemorative Service

1/17/2012 | MLK in the News

More than 100,000 march to honor King

Walking under banners declaring “Love is the final word” and “Dream today” on East Side streets, more than 100,000 people paid tribute Monday to Martin Luther King Jr. in one of the country's largest MLK Day marches.

1/16/2012 | King Center in the Press

Martin Luther King papers go online

By Melanie Eversley, USA TODAY

There is the handwritten draft, complete with cross-outs, of Martin Luther King's acceptance speech for the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize. There are the notes about the ending of King's iconic I Have a Dreamspeech. And there are the charming letters he received from children.

1/16/2012 | King Center in the Press

MLK Docs Gathered Online

The documents are presented in a collage, and are easily searchable. Among the assortment of hand-written missives, photos and typed letters is an undated note sent as a telegram to singer Sammy Davis Jr.

1/12/2012 | King Center News

The King Center Imaging Project Goes Live

Thousands of never-before-seen documents will be accessible online at www.thekingcenter.org/archive

1/9/2012 | King Center News

Bernice A. King Appointed New CEO at King Center

The Board of Trustees of The King Center has appointed Bernice A. King as the new chief executive officer

10/25/2011 | King Center in the Press

Imaging Project at King Center will Preserve Papers, Broaden Audience

Scholars as far away as China or Kenya soon will have instant access to an insider's view of the U.S. civil rights movement as seen by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. All they need is the Internet.

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