Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King Junior was a giant of the modern civil rights movement and an inspiration to all who seek to follow in his footsteps.

It therefore only seems right to participate in an internet campaign to oust a white supremacist website which cleverly tries to undermine the memory of his achievements. If you really want to know about that website or the organisation behind it, click here.

So. In the interests of balance and promoting worthwhile resources over worthless racist ones, here are a bunch of links you might find useful if you are researching MLK on the internet.

The Martin Luther King Junior Research and Education Institute at Stanford University
Historic figures - Martin Luther King Junior from the BBC History website
Time 100 - Martin Luther King, Jr from the Time magazine top 100 most important people of the 20 century
The Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site in Georgia - a US National Park Service site
MLKonline - your 'onestop site for MLK on the net'

Remember folks - just cos someone has a nice website on the internet does not mean that they are nice people.

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