“Dr. King’s dreams can still be heard echoing through the streets of Chicago in vigils, parades, protests, murals, and strolls along King Drive.”
The daily dig through the Reader archives turns up a moving video and story about Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy in Chicago.
In this election year, we look back at the history of black voter mobilization in Chicago and in the south.
A multimedia story inspired by the former Illinois poet laureate’s 1968 poem In the Mecca.
The Reader and Blvck Vrchives founder/curator Renata Cherlise collaborated on this reflection on Martin Luther King Jr.’s impact on Chicago.