16 Oct '11, 11pm

The son of Martin Luther King Jr. believes his father would have supported the environmental movement:

“Although he was assassinated before the women’s rights, gay rights and environmental movements reached the national stage, there is no question in my mind that my father would have viewed these struggles as battles for justice and equality worthy of his support.” — Martin Luther King III, writing about his father’s legacy in “The Washington Post,” on the day the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial was dedicated in Washington, D.C.

Full article: http://globalgreen.org/blogs/global/?p=2255

Tweets

Obama attacks political opponents at Martin Luther King's memorial

Obama attacks political opponents at Martin Lut...

channelnewsasia.com 16 Oct '11, 7pm

WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama dedicated the new Martin Luther King memorial on the National Mall on Sunday, using ...

TT_TT

burgerking.com.sg 19 Oct '11, 1pm

// Provide alternate content for browsers that do not support scripting // or for those that have scripting disabled. Alte...

Tying a few big ideas together, @ChrisTackett links Martin Luther & the Reformation to #SxSWEco & #OccupyWallSt

Tying a few big ideas together, @ChrisTackett l...

treehugger.com 10 Oct '11, 3pm

I think this is an idea whose time has come. The timing is right and millions around the world know what we've been doing ...

ieatishootipost > Graze at Martin No. 38: Just what is "Modern Australian" Dining?: Review by Holydrummer, Photo...

ieatishootipost > Graze at Martin No. 38: Just ...

ieatishootipost.sg 19 Oct '11, 2am

I reckon Modern Australian cuisine, in forming its own unique identity, can be likened to a pot-pourri of culinary culture...

Rémy Martin X La Maison du Chocolat

Rémy Martin X La Maison du Chocolat

luxuo.com 17 Oct '11, 3pm

Rémy Martin and La Maison du Chocolat, have created a new limited edition gift box for lovers of both fine cognac and choc...