NEW YORK (AP) — Chelsea Clinton has a full schedule of books coming in 2022.
The daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is continuing her popular “She Persisted” children's series with “She Persisted in Science: Brilliant Women Who Made a Difference.” Chelsea Clinton will write the book, which honors Florence Nightingale, Jane Goodall and Greta Thunberg among others, and Alexandra Boiger will provide illustrations.
BOSTON (AP) — A memorial to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King planned for the Boston Common has received unanimous approval from a city panel, allowing construction to start, the group behind the memorial said Wednesday.
BOSTON (AP) — A major memorial honoring Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King is moving forward in Boston, where they met and studied in the 1950s...
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — A Stanford institute is home to copies of the most significant correspondence, sermons, speeches, writings and manuscripts of Martin Luther King Jr...
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is holding a telephone town hall to celebrate the anniversary of her dust-up with Republican senators that boosted her national image, led to the "Nevertheless, She Persisted" liberal rallying cry and, according to the Massachusetts Democrat, sparked a movement.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A fistfight on the Senate floor involving two Southern "gentlemen" gave rise to Rule 19, the arcane Senate directive that Republicans used more than a century later to silence Democratic Sen...
Earlier this week, Coretta Scott King’s 1986 letter opposing Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions’ nomination to federal judgeship was made public.
Unable to attend the hearing on Sessions’ nomination that year, the widow of civil rights leader leader the Rev.
This week, Alabama senator Jeff Sessions is going through confirmation hearings on his nomination by President-elect Donald Trump to be United States Attorney General.
The nomination has sparked a lot of concern, especially from the African-American community.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Congressional leaders commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act on Tuesday by posthumously bestowing the Congressional Gold Medal upon Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King, for their efforts in passing the landmark legislation.