Ten Civil Rights Pioneers Recall the Tumultuous Events of April 1968

James Lawson, Samuel “Billy” Kyles, Michael Cody, Benjamin Hooks, John T. Fisher, Maxine Smith, Charles Newman, Russell Sugarmon, Frank McRae, and Fred Davis

The Day the Earth Stood Still: Memphis, April 4, 1968

Jackson Baker’s account of the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the immediate aftermath. Originally written April 5, 1968.

The National Civil Rights Museum Celebrates a Remarkable Renovation

Bold new exhibits, super-smart technology, and tales of ordinary people with extraordinary courage.

Another King, Another Struggle

This year’s recipient of the National Civil Rights Museum’s Sports Legacy Award, Bernard King’s rocky road to stardom provides an example beyond the hardwood.

The National Civil Rights Museum, From Shrine to Showcase

How civil rights supporters turned tragic ground into a world-class museum.

Politics and Passion

A remembrance of the founding of the National Civil Rights Museum.

Micah Greenstein: Gift of the Rabbi

Nearly 30 years ago he answered a calling. Today people of faith respond to his

Healthy Happenings

The best upcoming fitness events in town.

Making a List, And Checking it Twice

52 things to do in Memphis, one for every week of the year.

Game Changers

The Women's Foundation Honors Memphians Who are Making a Difference