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Blacks shun dream of harmony

Martin Luther King's vision of an end to the US's great racial divide has faded, writes John Carlin in Washington

Son meets King's alleged assassin

In an encounter that could have taken place only in the United States, the son of Martin Luther King met his father's alleged assassin and asked the question to which all America wanted the answer: "Did you kill my father?"

Letter: What Christians owe to Jews

What Christians owe to Jews

Martin Luther King's family demand trial

After almost three decades of silence, the family of Martin Luther King is reopening one of the most traumatic events in modern American history, by demanding a full-scale trial of the man who was convicted of the 1968 murder of the leader of the United States' civil rights movement.

sisters in arms: why a million women are marching too

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City of dreams

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Letter: Black heroes of our century

Sir: Donu Kogbara (Another View, 13 May) discusses whether black people in Britain should treat O J Simpson as a hero. Black people in Britain or any other country have no need to seek out further heroes when the two greatest men of this century are black.

United behind the flag - if little else

DAVID USBORNE

Two Trains Running Tricycle Theatre, London

Come the millennium, we can expect a spate of plays that try to sum up "the experience" of the 20th century from the perspective of a particular group of people. For some dramatists, it may well be a sweat to meet this deadline. August Wilson, though, can sit back and relax because he will already have accomplished such a project - by instalment.

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