Southern States Join To Promote Civil Rights TourismSouthern states that once fought to maintain racial segregation are now banding together to promote civil rights tourism.
Oral, Visual History Exhibit Showcases Civil Rights In Baltimore“For All The World To Hear” is the name of a project at UMBC featuring personal stories about the civil rights struggle in Baltimore.
Gov. O’Malley Proposes Expanding Early VotingWhile Marylanders observe the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, state lawmakers are asked to expand on voting laws.
Local Students Continue Dr. King’s Dream In Their CommunitiesNearly 50 years after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his iconic "I Have a Dream Speech," a group of elementary and middle school students are learning the importance of his message.
Former R&B Turned Gospel Star Performs With National Symphony OrchestraFrom R&B hits to gospel sensation, Shirley Murdock performed this weekend with the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington D.C. -- but not before speaking with WJZ.
Morgan State Exhibit Sheds New Light On The Civil Rights MovementBefore the civil rights movement, one local university was at the forefront. Today, Morgan State is rewriting the history book.
Baltimore Civil Rights Activist Talks About Being Influenced By MLKFrom a young age, Dr. Helena Hicks became an active part of the civil rights movement.
Dr. Martin Luther King Colleague Remembers His LegacyFor many people, the opening of the MLK memorial causes them to pause and remember the life of Dr. King and where they were during the Civil Rights Movement.
Activist Wants Read's To Stay A Historic Landmark After much debate and discussion by city leaders, one Baltimore building is now a historic landmark and some city leaders and activists want it to stay that way.