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Martin Luther King Jr was a brave man. He was a bad man. He was a man of God. He was a son. He was a husband. He was a father. He was a minister. He was a pastor. He was a civil rights activist. He was a hated man. He was a threat to the social order of White supremancy. Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated April 4, 1968 at the age of 39, in Memphis Tennessee at the Lorraine Motel by Jame Earl Ray. We have to know America's history, otherwise we may repeat mistakes of the past. Evil prevails when good men do nothing. No one can do everything. Everyone can do something. The time is now to complete the civil rights initiatives of 50 years ago.
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.
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!
Rev Dr. Martin Luther King was brilliant at taking todays issues and giving scriptual and spiritual application to show that our religion was revelant and the answer to the issues of his day. No doubt we need to immulate his prophetical approach and with that bring about the same results. Listen in as we listen to Gods anointed Prophet uplift and direct his people to have a constructive church.
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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Black History month has become a vital time in the history of African Americans due to their loss of the values of their past it should be the hopes of the faithful we can " rediscover those lost values" Billy Graham America's most prominent preacher not only shared the Gospel in word but in deed.Billy Graham befriended and supported Dr. King at a time it was very dangerous to do so. We need to remember the Elders of the Church that paved the way for our civil rights to be obtained both Black and White.
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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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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, we honor Dr. Martin Luther King,Jr., the only non-president to have a national holiday dedicated in his honor. He is memorialized in hundreds of statues, parks, streets, squares, churches and other public facilities around the world as a leader whose teachings are increasingly relevant to the progress of humankind.
Everyone should see the movie, "SELMA" to truly appreciate Dr.King's extraordinary leadership in the Civil Rights movement, marked by unshakable courage and fortitude.
Today, we have awesome radio personality, John Bell, who was around when the Civil Rights movement was in full swing. Hear from John about the effect it had on his life and why there is still so much to be done in this regard.
Dr. Martin Luther King preaches one of his most militant sermons yet choose to reveal a very personal experiance that most preachers would never reveal. Martin reminds America of the contribution African Americans had made to the wealth and prosperity of the country and exposes the bigotry of the status quo to disenfranchise Black America from the opportunity of upward mobility.
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