“What Would Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Say to the Children of Today’s World?”

Texas elementary school students honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by channeling his passion and charisma during the final rounds of the Annual Foley Gardere MLK Jr. Oratory Competitions in Dallas and Houston. For the competitions, the students answered the question, “What would Dr. King say to the children of today’s world?” Winners included Jasira … More “What Would Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Say to the Children of Today’s World?”

39th Annual Humanitarian Awards Celebrated The Legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Last week, Northwestern Medicine celebrated the life of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his ongoing legacy of service during the 39th Annual Humanitarian Awards Program at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Four members of the Northwestern Medicine family were presented with awards for their extraordinary contributions to the community and for embodying Dr. King’s legacy of humanitarianism. … More 39th Annual Humanitarian Awards Celebrated The Legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Mid Day Meditation: Live Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s Dream

We all know today celebrates what would have been the 89th Birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  We need to  stop looking at this day as just a day. It is a promise to choose to live a certain way. It is a promise to help those who were marginalized. Dr. King’s  speech was … More Mid Day Meditation: Live Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s Dream

Late Evening Thought Provoking Video: Leslie Odom, Jr – ‘Inner City Blues/Mercy Mercy Me’

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote in Where Do We Go From Here? Chaos or Community, he writes of the attitudes in the early 20th century: “At that time economic status was considered the measure of the individual’s ability and talents… the absence of worldly goods indicated a want of industrious habits and moral fiber… We have … More Late Evening Thought Provoking Video: Leslie Odom, Jr – ‘Inner City Blues/Mercy Mercy Me’