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A group of high schoolers isn't letting the March for Our Lives end after just one day. The Wisconsin students are now marching 50 miles from Madison to U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan ’s hometown office in Janesville to keep the national spotlight on gun laws, according to the website for the march,
Lewis told "The View" Martin Luther King Jr. "would have taken the same position I did" on not meeting with Trump.
David Letterman retired from late-night television in 2015, but that doesn't stop him from thinking about how he'd handle the Trump administration were he still on the air. During his 33 years on late-night television -- including on "Late Night with David Letterman" and the "Late Show with David
Lewis, a Georgia Democrat who protested alongside the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., also said he would not attend the inauguration.
Almost 50 years after his death, the U.S. today is celebrating the teachings, example and achievements of Martin Luther King Jr. The Baptist minister and civil rights leader used nonviolent protest to help end the Jim Crow era of racial segregation in the U.S. From his famed " I Have a Dream "
In 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. said in a sermon: “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” The civil rights movement came to a crossroads during the Selma-to-Montgomery march of 1965.
President-elect Donald Trump is no longer expected to visit the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture in observance of Martin Luther King Day, senior level transition sources tell ABC News. Senior sources initially said Trump would visit the museum, but ABC has learned that the
President-elect Donald Trump unleashed a Twitter attack on Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis, after the lawmaker said he wouldn't attend Trump's inauguration because he doesn't see him as a "legitimate president." Lewis in an interview with NBC on Friday cited Russia's meddling in the