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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is primarily known for his "I Have a Dream" speech and for being a nonviolent activist. We uncovered some little known facts about him and we discovered how many of his famous quotes apply to our current relationships with our spouses, co-workers, friends, etc. If Dr. King was alive, do you think he'd shake his head in disgust at the chaos (murders, bullying, police brutality, etc.) in our society or would he be understanding (it takes time to work these things out, etc)?
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So many things to talk about, and often, we end up just talking, and most of the time, if anyone gets anything out of the conversations we have and acts on it in a positive way, no one gets the drift of it because too many times NEGATIVE supercedes goodness, and positive. If positive was on the news stand, next to HATE AND NEGATIVE (see even I capitalize those) POSITIVE would be the one left on the racks because everyone is eating up the bad stories. We will delve into EDUCATION as deep as we can - and then turn to the first Black man to have a holiday for the race, Martin Luther King Jr. 347 205 9366 - thats our number and every number on the JKN.
Join the national award-winning family radio talk show Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 for a very special edition of the show. Shana and exclusive guests will discuss the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Please tune in with the youth to spotlight the legacy and life of the celebrated civil rights leader. We offer talk radio with substance!
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What is your dream? We also talk about the movie Selma' Backlash Misses The PointBut Selma's treatment of President Lyndon B. Johnson has sparked a controversy that could threaten the film's legacy and, in the short term, its chances for prestigious awards. As portrayed by British actor Tom Wilkinson, LBJ is a beleaguered president and is — at times — exasperated with King on the issue of voting rights. Historically, LBJ and King formed an effective political relationship on the issue, although real tensions emerged between the two men when Johnson suggested that voting legislation be pursued later, rather than earlier, in the congressional session. Johnson feared that an immediate push for the black vote would undermine his ambitions for a "Great Society." Selma's script hews close to the historical record on this point. Still, the unsympathetic portrayal of Johnson suggests a president who was an antagonist on voting rights rather than a supporter. and box office. Join the Tournament Of Film Festival
Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day and we are going to be celebrating and discussing this singularly important U.S. Holiday, it's history, observation & significance. Also where do we go from here. This show is not just a celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., but also a call to action. It is time to make sure Juneteenth is celebrated Nationwide (that's all 50 states ya'll). It is also time to give reparations to African Americans in the form of a tax on all goods sold nationwide. The Real Delia & cohost Mr.DLW will tell you what you can do to help in these efforts.
One of our success stories, here on the JKN, even though each show host is their own content supervisor within a guideline and responsible for their own shows, this “lady cab driver” not only works hard for her money, but works hard for her show. Started her show on Sunday, following the original THE WAY I SEE IT with Jay King the original show for this foundation, now on every Monday at 4pm pacific. She chooses her topics wisely and gets involved with her true spirit. She is also known as the corrector. THEE CORRECTOR. 347-205-9366 Welcome to the show!
Martin Luther King, Jr., was a champion of great principles, laboring mightily and in the end sacrificing his life to advance the cause of equal rights for all. At the level of first principles—in his commitments to natural rights, democratic government, and the irrelevance of race to moral personhood and just social deserts—King’s political thought might properly claim a consensus among virtually all American citizens. But with respect to the relation between those first principles and the programmatic means for effecting them, his thought leaves much ground for legitimate dispute. A careful analysis of King’s political teaching shows that these two elements of his thinking are in tension with one another and thereby account for the persistent divisions over how to understand his legacy.
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As we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King’s Birthday we revisit our coverage of the dedication of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial. Over a decade in the making, October 16, 2011 marked the official dedication of the this historic Memorial in Washington, DC. The original dedication date of August 28, 2011 was canceled due to Hurricane Irene’s untimely visit. However, World Footprints attended all of the events leading up to the postponed dedication and we were also present during the October 16th celebration on the National Mall.
Take a step back in time with us and enjoy interviews and sound bytes fromh Martin Luther King III, Lalah Hathaway, multiple event guests and many sound bytes from President Obama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Stevie Wonder, India Arie, Maya Angelou and others. You’ll feel as though you were there with us so enjoy reliving history and celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Today, during Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday, one part of the man’s legacy that will be most honored is his famous “I Have A Dream" speech, delivered 28 August 1963 at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C., In that speech King said, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”
Dr. Martin Luther King often said," Violence begets more violence" Thus his modem of operation was love. By his living and dying he proved that one man armed with truth and courage can move a whole nation. We have more dog eat dog world then loving self sacrificing servants that are motivated by social justice and who are determined to love at all cost. In a world than is now fulfilling the prophecy of our Lord that said in the last days," the love of many will wax cold" we must strive never to have it said of us!