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Kings in the morning (IN THE MORNING) has been a show that has been around for a couple of years now, gaining popularity, and affection. Full of information, data, help, comedy, interviews every Monday thru Friday, here on the JKN (The Jay King Network) founded by Lynn Tolliver jr. On Wednesdays, KITM is following by Johnny "Graham Cracker" Davis, with Wild Wednesdays, Doctor Princess Odilia on Thursdays, and Tony B from the D on Fridays.
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Inspired by Martin Luther King Junior’s I Have a Dream speech, Spiritual Spectra Talk Show’s Host and Producer Jennifer Garcia shares her I Have a Dream speech on Martin Luther King Junior Day.
So join us live on January 20, 2014 at 12:30pm to be inspired and motivated!
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Today, on The Meter, we discuss the legacy of Martin Luther King. The civil rights leader organized marches throughout his career that led to sweeping reforms in race relations. We will cover the latest in the New Jersey bridge "scandal" involving Gov. Chris Christie and how this may effect his presidential desires. As he midterm elections take shape a voter ID law in Pennsylvania has been struck down by a state judge claiming its an unreasonable burden. In North Carolina a judge has stuck down a law requiring a woman to have an ultrasound before an abortion. Are these cases a threat to democracy? In a seemingly rare moment of bipartisanship the US Congress passed a $1.1 Trillion spending bill that funds the government thought September reversing previous cuts and freezes. Please join the discussion at 10:00 AM. your not is essential.
A Special Martin Luther King Day Message: Martin's Greatest Gift
"If one member suffers, all suffer together with it; if one member is honored, all rejoice together with it." -- 1 Cor. 12:26.
January is a very dreary month and we can all use a break.
Over twenty-five years have passed and "Martin Luther King, Jr. Day" has slipped into the rotation of routine events that shape our lives -- smack in the middle of the NFL playoffs and right before Groundhog's Day. But Martin's greatest gift to us is not just a day off or another three-day holiday weekend of promotional sales to kick-start the economy.
Neither is his greatest gift a seat on a bus or at a lunch counter for a minority of us. It's not even his wake-up call to a majority that was comfortable living in atrophied isolation, actively oblivious to the catastrophic rot around us. Behind it all, his greatest gift was to vividly lay bare the Body of Christ and challenge us to live in it.
TONIGHT WE PAY HOMAGE TO OUR ELDER MARTIN LUITHER KING JUNIOR WITH TWO OF HIS SPEECHES:
I'VE BEEN TO THE MOUNTAIN TOP & HIS COMMENTARY ON RACE REALTIONS
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Grammy winner, Dr. Martin Luther King…did she say Grammy winner? Yes indeed! Dr. King won a Grammy in 1971 for Best Spoken Word Album for “Why I Oppose the War in Vietnam”. What else don’t you know about him?
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Tonight my guest co-host JoNah Daryous Sawyers and I will be sharing facts and ways to have your younger children learn about MLK too as well as share events going that you can be apart of in MD. Civil Rights Day is an alternative name for the national holiday named after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Certain states have chosen to celebrate the same holiday under both names in order to celebrate civil rights as a whole, including all of the contributions made by activists during the 1960s and beyond. Like Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Civil Rights Day occurs every third Monday in January. Martin Luther King, Jr. is one of the most notable figures in the history of human rights. He is recognized as the leading activist during the Civil Rights Movement, which hit its peak during the 1960s. King is credited with forming the largest campaigns to promote racial equality and desegregation. He was also the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. King was assassinated in 1968, but his work hasn’t been forgotten. Activists continued with King’s work after his death, but they also wanted him to be remembered on a much larger scale. An idea soon circled about creating a holiday to coincide with his birthday, which was January 15th. It took many years for the idea to come together to create a national holiday. In 1983, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day officially became a federal holiday after President Ronal Reagan signed it into law. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a national holiday, which means that all government offices and public schools are closed in observance.