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Decades Presents 1968: Martin Luther King Jr.

1968 marked the end of a long road for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; one that had taken the civil rights icon through remarkable highs and devastating lows. While King had achieved one milestone after another, he had not fully realized his dream when his life was cut short by an assassin's bullet. We look at the life and the legacy of one of the greatest humanitarians of our time.

Decades Presents 1968: Year of the Woman

1968 was called the Year of the Woman by The New York Times. It was a year that saw an explosion ... more

Decades Presents 1968: The DNC

Mayor Richard J, Daley, hoped to showcase the city of Chicago as a place of law and order during ... more

Decades Presents 1968: Television - Part 2

Decades Presents 1968: Television Part Two continues our look back on the transformative television ... more
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