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Dr. King's Family Dispute and Facebook

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Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts:  Angela Thomas and Rodney Smith


Our Topic(s) today: “Dr. King's Family Dispute and How Has Facebook Impacted the Black Community?”


February is Black History Month


The Dr. King’s Family Dispute

The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. has three remaining children:  Martin Luther King III, Dexter Scott King and Dr. Bernice King.  On the anniversary observance of their Father’s 85th Birthday the two Brothers notified their Sister that they wanted to sell their Father’s 2 prized possessions which were his traveling Bible which President Obama used for his second presidential oat ceremony and to sell Dr. King’s Nobel Peace Prize Medal.

Dr. Bernice King has hidden the two items and refuse to turn them over to the King Foundation which owns the articled due to her Brothers expressed plan to sell them to a private buyer.  
Should these items be considered sacred and not sold or is this just business?

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How Has Facebook Impacted the Black Community?