Protest – In the Name of Love.
1: Negroes Pledge to Keep Boycott.
2: Battle Against Tradition: Martin Luther King Jr..
3: Negro Minister Convicted of Directing Bus Boycott.
4: 2,500 Here Hail Boycott Leader.
5: Bus Integration in Alabama Calm.
6: Shot Hits Home of Bus Bias Foe.
7: Negroes Hold Rally on Rights in Capital.
8: Negro Leaders Confer with President and Rogers at White House.
9: Dr. King, Negro Leader, Stabbed By Woman in a Store in Harlem.
10: Dr. King Stricken with Pneumonia.
11: Negro Sitdowns Stir Fear of Wider Unrest in South.
12: Dr. King Favors Buyers’ Boycott.
13: 14 Negroes Jailed in Atlanta Sit-Ins.
14: Dr. King Is Jailed in Traffic Case.
From Protest to Jail and Back.
15: Dr. King, Symbol of the Segregation Struggle.
16: Dr. King's 3 Children Visit Him; He Is Allowed Out of Jail Cell.
17: Birmingham Jails 1,000 More Negroes.
18: “I Have a Dream …”.
19: Dr. King Urges Nonviolence in Rights Protests.
20: Martin Luther King Jr. Awarded Nobel Peace Prize.
21: 67 Negroes Jailed in Alabama Drive.
22: Dr. King, 300 Negroes Arrested in Selma.
23: Freedom March Begins at Selma; Troops on Guard.
24: Mass Integration Is Quiet in South.
A Conflicted Civil Rights Movement.
25: Civil Rights and War.
26: Dr. King Advocates Quitting Vietnam.
27: Dr. King Will Join a Vietnam Protest on April 15 at U.N..
28: Dr. King to Weigh Civil Disobedience If War Intensifies.
29: Dr. King Proposes a Boycott of War.
30: Dr. King's Error.
31: N.A.A.C.P. Decries Stand of Dr. King on Vietnam.
32: Dr. King's Response.
33: Dr. King and the War.
34: 100,000 Rally at U. N. Against Vietnam War.
The Need for Civil Disobedience.
35: King Warns Cities of Summer Riots.
36: Dr. King Is Backed for Peace Ticket.
37: Dr. King Declines Peace Candidacy.
38: Civil Rights; King Sees a Dual Mission.
39: The Voice of Negro Leadership.
40: Dr. King Stresses Pride in His Race.
41: Dr. King Planning to Disrupt Capital in Drive for Jobs.
42: Dr. King to Train 3,000 as Leaders for Capital March.
43: Civil Rights; Strong Challenge by King.
44: Dr. King to Start March on the Capital April 22.
45: Dr. King Plans Mass Protest in Capital June 15.
46: Shift in Position Is Hinted By King: He Says He May Be Forced to Pick a Candidate.
47: Negro Is Killed in Memphis March.
48: Court Bars March in Memphis; Dr. King Calls Order ‘Illegal’.
‘Martin Luther King Is Slain in Memphis’.
49: Guard Called Out; Curfew Is Ordered in Memphis, but Fires and Looting Erupt.
50: The Lone Journalist on the Scene When King Was Shot and the Newsroom He Rallied.
51: Dismay in Nation; Negroes Urge Others to Carry on Spirit of Nonviolence.
52: President's Plea.
53: Widespread Disorders; Racial Clashes in Several Cities.
54: Martin Luther King Jr.: Leader of Millions in Nonviolent Drive for Racial Justice.
55: Plea, by Mrs. King: ‘Fulfill His Dream’.
56: Leaders at Rites; High and Lowly Join in Last Tribute to Rights Champion.
57: Tongue-Tied Justice.
58: How Dr. King Lived Is Why He Died.
Media Literacy Terms.
Media Literacy Questions.