Holy Week explores the aftermath of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination on April 4, 1968, highlighting the activists who transformed grief into action, families affected by chaos, and politicians navigating the turmoil. The events of this critical week shaped modern debates on voting rights, critical race theory, and racial tensions in the post-George Floyd era. This pod discovers the untold stories of a pivotal time in American civil rights history.
Holy Week is an eight-episode history podcast series by The Atlantic.
Country: United States
Episodes count: 9
Average duration: 30'