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Dreams, Mourning, and “Going to See a Man About a Mule.”

Dreams, Mourning, and “Going to See a Man About a Mule.”

Today is Friday, August 23, 2019. Please let me encourage you today: Don’t be overcome with fear, hatred and terror with the reports that are running wild. Look up and have hope. I’m having to do the same thing. When things get rough, I have to resist fighting with my emotions and my opinions. I have to use faith, hope, love and logic when my natural self would want to strike back at the naysayers. Pray for me, please. I’ll…

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Remembering Our Fathers on Father’s Day!

Remembering Our Fathers on Father’s Day!

Fathers’ Day is Sunday and I miss my Dad. Rev. AD King who taught me to love everyone. When my uncle Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated, in error, I tried to blame white people. Daddy said “no. we are all one race/one blood human beings. White people didn’t kill your uncle, the Devil did.” Daddy was such a great father and a great family leader. I only wish I had gotten to spend more time with him. But…

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50 Years After, MLK’s Dream Still Lives On

50 Years After, MLK’s Dream Still Lives On

On April 4, 2018 the world will remember the life and legacy of my Uncle Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. whose life on earth was cut short by an assassin’s bullet 50 years ago. Please pray for the immediate family of MLK/CSK during this sensitive time. As a member of “The King Family Legacy” and of the Board of Trustees for The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change founded by his widow, the valiant Mrs. Coretta…

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A Call for Peace On The Million Man Anniversary

A Call for Peace On The Million Man Anniversary

It’s been 20 years since the Million Man March called Black men to Washington, DC for a “day of atonement.” The eyes of the world were on what for many was hoped to be the next great March on Washington, picking up on the dream MLK unwrapped in 1963. So, last week, nearly 20 years later, Minister Louis Farrakhan, Pastor Jeremiah Wright and others again drew crowds to Washington, D.C., under the banner “justice or else.” Or else what? And…

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“Everything Has a Different “Why,” But the Results Still Make Me Cry.”

“Everything Has a Different “Why,” But the Results Still Make Me Cry.”

“The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral, begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy. Instead of diminishing evil, it multiplies it…. “Returning violence for violence multiplies violence, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. “Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.” “Strength to Love,” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1963 A young man is shot dead by a…

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New How To Book: King Rules for You!

New How To Book: King Rules for You!

Book Debut: Today, June 10, 2014 kingrulesbook.com Dear Readers, this blog hits close to home for me today, so close in fact that I named the first chapter in my new book “Make Home a Priority.” Some of you have been asking me for years, “what was it like growing up with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as your uncle?” Well dear readers, this book is just for you! Not only do I write about my Uncle ML, but you…

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Honoring Uncle MLK remembering Daddy today

Honoring Uncle MLK remembering Daddy today

Today we honor my uncle, Dr. MLK in accordance with the themes led by my cousin King Center CEO Bernice King, “NO SHOTS FIRED: A Day On Not a Day Off! In addition she is urging 100 Days of Nonviolence: abstain from violence, the tongue and the fist. For me this includes abortion providers not closing their fists around scalpels, forceps and bottle caps to snuff out the lives of babies in the womb which not only kills the babies…

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