African American leadership
Jan 17, 2010 — The national narrative about Barack Obama's rise to the presidency often takes root in Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy. But one author says not enough attention is being paid to the other main line of succession in African-American leadership — the one that stems from Malcolm X, Stokely Carmichael and the black power movement.
Apr 4, 2008 — How well have African Americans in national leadership positions filled the void left by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.? Author, cultural critic and Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson shares his insight.
Apr 3, 2008 — Friday marks the 40th anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination in Memphis, Tenn. Professor and author Michael Eric Dyson talks about his latest book, which examines how King's death changed America.
Aug 7, 2006 — Many African-American leaders have lost touch with a hallmark of the civil rights movement — the tradition of self-empowerment, Juan Williams says. Instead, he says, they've embraced "victimhood."