Michael Honey has written scores of newspaper and magazine articles and given many talks linking issues of the day to labor and civil rights history (see CV). A few items concerning these links are below.

Article "A Century Ago, African Americans Were Massacred in Elaine, Ark. We're Still Reckoning With That Moment" featured in TIME Magazine

Martin Luther King Book talk Flyer

Author MICHAEL K. HONEY is Fred and Dorothy Haley Professor of Humanities at the
University of Washington Tacoma. He is an award-winning Martin Luther King scholar and labour
historian and the author of several books on Martin Luther King.

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Was Martin Luther King a socialist? New book may surprise you.

The author, a senior research analyst at INET (Institute for New Economic Thinking), a non-partisan research center based in New York City, founded in 2009 with funding from George Soros, explores the implications of Mike Honey’s new book “To the Promised Land: Martin Luther King and the Fight for Economic Justice.” Her concluding sentences: “Honey’s work suggests the true dimensions of King’s legacy and what realizing it would mean. If we are not serious about the redistribution of wealth and power, we are not fully honoring MLK.”

Nanzan University in Japan

Revisiting ML King's Last Crusade.

Organized by American Research Center's Nagoya.

Foreign Languages ​​Department Co-organized lecture meeting.

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To the Promised Land on C-SPAN

University of Washington history and humanities professor Michael Honey recounted Martin Luther King, Jr.'s fight for economic equality.

Martin Luther King Jr.: 50 Years Later

Activists today are taking up Dr. King’s mantle and reviving the Poor People’s Campaign.

CSPAN - Talk at Atlanta History Center

To the Promised Land University of Washington history and humanities professor Michael Honey recounted Martin Luther King, Jr.'s fight for economic equality.

Review of Michael K. Honey’s “To the Promised Land: Martin Luther King and the Fight for Economic Justice”

Martin Luther King's assassination 50 years on: who shot him and where was he killed

The Week [Great Britain], April 3, 2018

Opinion: Martin Luther King's forgotten legacy? His fight for economic justice

By Michael K. Honey, The Guardian, April 3, 2018

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