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Woodlawn »

A city partnership with The HistoryMakers will bring recorded oral histories to the neighborhoods.

Marquette Park »

Martin Luther King Jr. led activists in the Freedom Movement march of 1966 in Marquette Park.

South Shore »

Black will hold an evening with jazz and talk about his passions for history, civil rights and music.

Hyde Park »

Tim Black, who was active in the civil rights movement while King was in Chicago, will lead the tour.

Downtown »

But a City Council joint committee tussled over whether the library should go on the South or West Side.

Hyde Park »

The Hyde Park church will host a documentary screening and a series of talks to mark the anniversary.

Hyde Park »

The historian and journalist will talk about Moore's book, "The Almighty Black P Stone Nation."

Hyde Park »

The oral historian will talk about how the protests led by King in 1966 were organized.

Bronzeville »

Dr. Timuel Black and the Chicago Botanic Garden supported a plan to make it a green "global" school.

Washington Heights »

Bronzeville resident and historian Timuel Black will be among the seven panelists.

Chatham »

Michael Manson and Lana Manson and will perform at Crerar Memorial Presbyterian Church at 6 p.m.

Bronzeville »

The late Edwin Berry, former president of the Chicago Urban League, will be recognized April 29.

Pullman »

The South Side museum plans to celebrate a historic moment for blacks that occurred 50 years ago.

Roseland »

South Side residents led the push to rename the Roseland bridge in honor of the civil rights leader.