The niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was not impressed with calls to scrap the U.S. national anthem over claims it is "racist."
The niece of civil rights hero Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had a message of peace and compassion after a white nationalist rally turned violent Saturday, leaving the nation reeling.
Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said President Trump is "leading the charge for civil rights today for the little unborn persons in the womb who have a right to live."
During the 2016 campaign, President Donald Trump spoke to the African American community, promising he would make huge strides on race relations in the United States as commander-in-chief.
Martin Luther King III, the son of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., whose life is celebrated today, met with Donald Trump in New York City and discussed his "constructive" meeting with the president-elect.
A Milwaukee police officer shot and killed an armed suspect fleeing a traffic stop Saturday night, setting off a violent confrontation between police and protesters.
The niece of Martin Luther King, Jr. reacted to vitriolic comments made about the U.S. at this weekend's 20th anniversary of the Million Man March in Washington, D.C., saying "We must now build up America," not tear it down.
Dr. Alveda King this morning called on President Barack Obama to encourage nonviolence and love in the wake of the shooting death of Texas sheriff's deputy Darren Goforth.
Dr. Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., reacted to the horrific Charleston church massacre on "America's New Headquarters" today.
A white Wisconsin police officer won't face criminal charges for fatally shooting an unarmed 19-year-old biracial man who witnesses say was acting erratically and had assaulted two people, Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne announced Tuesday.
On "The O'Reilly Factor," Bill O'Reilly said that African Americans have faired particularly well under President Obama.
Over the weekend, demonstrations in New York City turned ugly, as protesters began chanting, "What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want it? Now!" Dr. Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., said on "Fox and Friends" this morning that she was shocked by the protesters' hateful chants.