1956 Martin Luther King Jr.’s home is bombed

On January 30, 1956, an unidentified suspected white supremacist terrorist bombed the Montgomery home of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. No one was harmed, but the explosion outraged the community and was a major test of King’s steadfast commitment to non-violence. King was …read more

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January 29, 2023


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January 11, 2023

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October 21, 2019