This Monday marks the 25th year since Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday was first officially observed. The day commemorates what King stood for: to advance equal rights for all Americans. On Monday’s program we’ll hear from people who have first-hand stories about integration.
Do you have experience with integration or desegregation? Were you part of the civil rights movement? Tell us your stories.
- Lew Frederick: Supporter of the 25th Annual MLK Jr. Breakfast
- Martha Rutherford: Wife in an interracial marriage for nearly 52 years
- Skipper Osborne: 1967 Graduate of Jefferson High School
- Oralee Stiles: Former member of Portland’s Community Coalition for School Integration