Concert By All-Children's Choir Kicks Off MLK Holiday Events
Posted January 19, 2003 8:36 a.m. EST
RALEIGH, N.C. — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. mobilized the nation with his dream. Black History Month celebrates King's legacy.
Every Thursday in February, WRAL-TV's 5:30 News will feature local heroes living King's legacy.
WRAL Living The Legacy Stories (2003):
Daughter Of Slain Civil Rights Leader Speaks At N.C. State
NCCU Students Honor Life, Legacy Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
N.C. State's MLK Commemoration To Include King's Daughter
WRAL Living The Legacy Profiles (2002):
Big Dogs: Men On Motorcycles On A Mission To Help Their Community
91-Year-Old Man Creating His Own Legacy In Fayetteville
Durham Man Uses Past Experiences To Keep Today's Kids Straight
Raleigh Woman Uses Supper Clubs To Spread Message Of Hope
Wilson Man 'Living The Legacy' Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
WRAL Stories (2002):
Musical Lesson Takes Students Around The World
Diversity More Difficult In The Lunchroom Than In The Classroom
Johnston County Class Learns Tolerance Through Signing
Wiley Elementary School Students Learn Lessons In Diversity
Forest View Students Paint Diversity In Colors Beyond Black And White
Students Celebrate Diversity In Honor Of Martin Luther King
Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebrations
Calendar of Events in Raleigh
Calendar of Events in North Carolina
Calendar of Events Across the Nation
Martin Luther King Celebration 2003
Send An MLK Day E-Card
Martin Luther King Jr.
Watch Excerpts From Martin Luther King's Speeches And More
The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change
Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project at Stanford University
National Civil Rights Museum
Museum of African American History
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Teaching Tolerance To Kids:
Elise Witt: Learning Language Through Song
Anti-bias activities for children
Teaching Children To Celebrate Diversity
Museum of Tolerance: Tools For Tolerance
National Association of School Psychologists: Promoting Tolerance And Peace In Children
Close The Book On Hate: 101 Ways to Combat Prejudice