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Here on the JKN, Delia Smith tackles the problems that most people are talking about. She brings it to the table for open discussion. Often assisted by DLW (Darryl L Williams), no topic is out of the question. Feel free to tag in – 347-205-9366. Whether it be the President of the United States (POTUS), or the president of a major company (POAMC) actually, I don’t think those initials are in the abbreviation book. – Talk is talk, and Delia is for real. 347-205-9366 – And like Donna Summer sings in Delia’s intro – Delia works hard for her money. Get on the D Train, here on the JKN.
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When most people think about the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr they tend to only think about his "I Have A Dream" speech. But when you start to study him and his work you will come to find that he was so much more. Dr. King was a man that gave his life for his people, he believed that we all should be treated equally. So many times we take for granted the people that have come before us and sacraficed so that we could have a chance at something different. Dr. King was a courageous man that stood for what was right and just. One of his famous quotes is "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter."
I believe it is our repsonsibility to keep his legacy alive and continue to tell his story. It is our duty to honor a man that gave this world so much. "Everybody's searching for a hero. Everybody needs someone to look up to. A hero is a perosn who is admired for their qualities or achievements and is regarded as an ideal (idol) or model. Heroes are very important to children, for they are a source of inspiration."
~Anthony T. Browder
Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was a phenomenal Activist who stood for civil rights of African Americans, we will talk about the Late Great Dr. King as well as chop it up about some interesting things I came across on social media, BJ's lessen Depression in Women!!! really now, Ha! plus more on the show.. so lets go
Today, January 18, 2016 is yet another day where we honor the legend, Martin Luther King, Jr.
Most people recognize his famous speech "I have a dream" but there is so much more to MLK (both good and bad). Join me as I talk about the truth behind the man!
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Bhindthescen, Kurtizent and Neci The Queen are paying tribute to Dr Martin Luther King Jr. He has inspired so many in his lifetime and in his death. As a people we should continue the struggle because our fight is not over Tune in this Tues as they celebrate the life of a great man
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!
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This upcoming Monday, Jan 18th, is a U.S. National Holiday. Many will reflect the life and accomplishments Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. One of the most notable occured on August 28, 1963, when hundreds of thousands descended upon our nation’s capital to make a stand against poverty and racial discrimination. The “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom” is noted as one of the most pivotal points of change in our country’s history. One of the most notable highlights of the march was a speech delivered by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., which later became known as the “I Have a Dream” speech. In it, Dr. King cast a spot light on the social, racial and financial injustices that had plagued “the negro” since they had been “made free” exactly 100 years ago, to the day, by the Emancipation Proclamation. More than 50 years after King’s speech, Selma: One Dream Can Change the World hit theaters in 2014. It’s a historical drama that chronicles Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s life during the march from Selma to Montgomery, AL, to secure voting rights for black Americans in the south. Today, people from different backgrounds and ethnicities no longer sing “We shall overcome…,” but now chant “Black lives matter!” In light of recent events, this raises the question. Has the dream that so many marched, bled and died for come to fruition? Is the so-called “negro” really free? Have things changed for the better or have we squandered the inheritance of our elders and given ourselves over to a new slave master, sin? Join us, as we search the Holy Bible to interpret Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream.
Join Dr. Karlene Richardson on Monday, January 18th at 12 Noon discussing the impact of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech "I Have A Dream" on society today. Dr. King. Jr. talks about The Blue Print of Life!
Has the dream become a reality yet?
How much farther do we have to go?
What is needed to fulfill King's prophecy?
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial lies along the center line of leadership that extends from the Lincoln Memorial to the Jefferson Memorial on Washington's National Mall. At 30 feet in height, the sculpture of MLK on the "stone of hope" is 11 feet talller than the statues of Lincoln and Jefferson.
In honor of Dr. King's birthday, we will revisit our coverage of the dedication of his Memorial in 2011. Over a decade in the making, October 16, 2011 marked the official dedication of this historic Memorial in Washington, DC and the 16th anniversary of the Million Man March. However, the original dedication date was set for August 28, 201, the 48th anniversary of King's "I Have A Dream" speech. But, an earthquake in the mid-Atlantic and the untimely visit of Hurricane Irene forced a delay in the official ceremony. Nonetheless, World Footprints covered all of the dedication events from August through October and today's show shares interviews from celebrities and news makers who participated in the celebrations. Ambassador Andrew Young, Lalah Hathaway, Reverend Jesse Jackson, Rabbi Israel Dresner, and former Secretary of State Madeline Albright will offer their thoughts and memories about Dr. King.
From the official dedication we’ll share music and remarks on the National Mall from Archbishop Desmond TuTu, Stevie Wonder and America's first African-American President, Barak Obama. From our perspective, watching President Obama walk past the Inscription Wall at the MLK Memorial to the dedication stage to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was incredibly powerful.
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