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  • 00:59

    In Memory of Dr. King on the Voice of Joy

    in Spirituality

    Let us pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King and all who experienced this act of freedom that we are priviledged to share today.  We have come this far by faith.  If we have not shown appreciation for all who suffered, bled and died in this movement then we need to pray.  We are better for it.  We are stronger for it.  We are blessed by it.  This younger generation has no excuse.  Do no be a part of lack of responsibility.  We are who we are because of the struggles, denial, and ugly abuse.  If you still experience it and are discouraged by it.  Turn your eyes upon Jesus.  jesus said in his word   They hated me before they hated you.  Be not dismayed whatever betied whatever comes your way.  God will take care of you.

  • 00:40

    What would Dr. King say if he were alive today??

    in Film

    I met Dr. King once whe  was a little boy, about 9or10 In church. Cornerstone Baptist Church back In the 1960's when they were still lynching Blacks in the south,willie Lynch is what they use to call them selves/ AKA klu Klux klan, wow what a time In history. But Dr King stood up for a race of people who fell down after they killed him, because they were afraid.what would he say if he was alive today?
     

  • 00:30

    Goldie Brangman And Evan Koch Talk Dr. King In Harlem On Harlem World Radio

    in Lifestyle

    Listen to 94 year old Harlem nurse Goldie Brangman and writer Evan Koch as they talk Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr in Harlem. Ms. Brangman gives her first hand account of the lifesaving surgery on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., after he was stabbed by a mentally unstable woman  Izola Ware Curry in Harlem, as he autographed copies of his first book in September 1958 in conversation today with Danny Tisdale on The Danny Tisdale Show on Harlem World Radio Podcast.


    Any questions or comments send them to harlemworldinfo@yahoo.com


    HarlemWorldMag.com

  • 02:42

    Why did Dr. King tell us to Redistribute The Pain - Power of Economic Withdrawal

    in Culture

    Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Tues. Dec., 15th, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network.  We'll discuss a recent article by Michael Imhotep, “Why Did Dr. King Tell Us To “Redistribute The Pain”: Understanding The Power of Economic Withdrawal”.


     CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281.  POST YOUR COMMENTS.  WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR.  Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com and listen to the podcasts.

  • 00:31

    The Real Deal Bible Study With Host Akaiha Happy Birthday Dr King & Queen Mom

    in The Bible

    Today we will be taking a look at does Black life really matter and to who.  If Black life matters why are we killing each other?  Today would have been Queen Mom birthday who often reminded we havent even made dent yet we have so far to go. I miss my Queen she also sadi you have to be the change you want to see..Yesterday was the great Dr  Martin Luther King Jr Birthday.   What do think he would say about our current state of affairs. Dr King was a Baptist minister and social activist, who led the Civil Rights Movement in the United States from the mid-1950s until his death by assassination in 1968. Dr King did more in 13 years than anyone has done 350 years. Real Talk !


    If Black lives matters to the Churches point out one thing they are doing about this black on black crime in there comunities.     To the Government does the yet to be the United States of American care enough to give a appolpgy or better yet REPARATION For the 400 years of slavery and the in Justice that goes on still today ?  Do Black people care enough to stop killing each other to others?  Stop talk bad about each other?   Royal Family lets weigh in on this topic this being  Dr Martin Luther King Birthday was his death in vain he died for this cause what can we do?  


    Over the past four centuries, generations of black people have asked the question: What is a black life worth?


    The answer to this question has been complex. But, lately, it is a question that bears asking due to the increasing amount of black bodies populating city streets and morgues.

  • 00:45

    Dr King at 86

    in Politics

    To my knowledge he never suggested Selma as the venue for a march but he’s on record as urging King to do something to arouse the sleeping white conscience, and when violence met the marchers on that bridge, he knew the moment had come: He told me to alert the speechwriters to get ready and within days he made his own famous “We Shall Overcome” address that transformed the political environment. Bill Moyers

  • 00:31

    The Real Deal No BS ( Bible Study) We Look At Black Lives Matters ( Dr King) 2

    in Current Events

    Welcome Royal Family I greet you with the joy that comes from knowing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Today we will be taking a look at does Black life really matter and to who.  If Black life matters why are we killing each other?  


    If Black lives matters to the Churches point out one thing they are doing about this black on black crime in there comunities.   To the Government does the yet to be the United States of American care enough to give a appolpgy or better yet REPARATION For the 400 years of slavery and the in Justice that goes on still today ?  Do Black people care enough to stop killing each other ?  Stop talking bad about each other?   Royal Family lets weigh in on this topic.  What can we do? 


    Over the past four centuries, generations of black people have asked the question: What is a black life worth?


    The answer to this question has been complex. But, lately, it is a question that bears asking due to the increasing amount of black bodies populating city streets and morgues. Let listen to what Dr Martin Lurther King Has To Say About Being Black. 


     “God is not just in the church; He is also in technology.  My mission is to empower people spiritually.  “Walking with God is to stand where God stands, and to fight for whom God fights: the poor, the weak, the powerless and the defenseless. Walking with God is to have the courage to know that fear and trepidation before the might of the powerful is overturned by the fear of the Lord !  Walking with God is to understand, without doubt or equivocation that justice is what Yahweh requires. ~ Ashe Selah

  • 02:03

    WE'RE CELEBRATING THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF "DR.MARTIN LUTHER KING JR."

    in Music

    PLEASE JOIN ME THIS MONDAY MORNING FROM 9A-11A CST FOR THE NATIONAL CELEBRATION FOR "DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.". WE'LL HAVE ALL OF DR. KING'S GREATEST SPEECHES, SPECIAL GUESTS, AND GREAT MUSIC. TO CATCH THE SHOW PLEASE GO TO MY LIVE STATION SITE AT WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/DOCTOR-ICE AND CLICK ON THE SHOW FOR THE DAY OR TO LISTEN BY PHONE PLEASE CALL MY LIVE STATION SITE AT (646) 478-4755 OR GO TO MY FACEBOOK PAGE AT WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/TONYAKINS1961 AND CLICK ON THE LINK

  • 00:59

    Building on the King Legacy and why the Black Agenda is Important to America

    in Radio

    Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with Angela Thomas and Rodney Smith
    Our topic today is:  Building on the King Legacy and why the Black Agenda is Important to America



    To comment please dial (347) 826-9600 and press the #1 on your keypad to talk


     


    Our Own Voices Live is a radio show featuring people and stories from our community in Las Vegas, the surrounding area and some place near you. America is the greatest country on earth due to its cultural diversity and not in spite of it. Our mission is to help bridge the cultural and ethnic divide in America by working together to build the greatest bridge in history to unite us

  • 02:51

    We continue our discussion on the legacy of Dr Martin Luther King Jr and the Civ

    in News

    Guest:Fred Whitted, HBCU Sports Historian/Author takes look at the movement then and now as it relates to HBCU Sports.Terrill Lloyd, Associate Minister at First Calvary Baptist Church in Durham, NC and serves as Chaplin of The Graduate Student Government Association at Shaw University Divinity School 


    The Reverend Travis T. Judkins, M.A., M.Div.Instructor of Religion and Ethics Shaw University Department of Religion and Philosophy, Raleigh, NC


    Mininstier Tara S. Gibbs, Student Pastor at First Congregational Church, UCC in Woodbridge, NJ


    All join us to discuss the "MODERN DAY CHURCH" and how the church has diminished in taking a stand for civil rights and voting rights compared to the days of Dr King and the movement.


     


     


     

  • 00:37

    CR and Hannah on Dr Martin Luther King

    in Christianity

    A talk with Candace and Hannah ABOUT Dr King