6 April 2019
Dr. Martin Luther King, jr. and Malcolm X were the two most prominent Civil Rights leaders of the 1950s and 60s, who for most of their public lives had two very different views on a way forward regarding race relations in America.
- “I Have a Dream” Speech, 28 AUG 1963, Martin Luther King, jr.
- Message to Grassroots, 10 NOV 1963, Malcolm X
- The Ballot or the Bullet, 3 APR 1964, Malcolm X
- The Black Power Defined, 11 June 1967, Martin Luther King, jr.
- Christopher Burkett, Ashland University
- Peter Myers, University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire
- Lucas Morel, Washington and Lee University