Cartoonist Tim Hartman recalls the legacy and message of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
George Hofmann: Although it all seems like more than we can handle, we have been here before
Hindsight is 20/20, and in this tumultuous year, it would serve us well to remember how Americans have previously overcome political divisions that struck the nation’s core.
By George Hofmann
Tigre Hill: Dr. King and Cecil Moore, very different men united in common cause
One was a hard-charging Marine, the other a practitioner of nonviolent resistance. Segregation at Girard College didn’t stand a chance.
By Tigre Hill
Kevin Ferris: Dr. King’s rightful place in the history of Philly and the nation
Perhaps the civil rights leader’s most significant visit to Philadelphia was in 1959, when he posed for a Liberty Bell photo during a tour of Independence Hall.
By Kevin Ferris