BMORENEWS: King Memorial Dedication :: MLK Story from Georgia, 10.16.11
Man shares a childhood memory of Dr. Martin Luther King. Said Dr. King was not afraid, and that Southern police officers were, to the contrary, afraid of him. Washington, D.C. National Mall. 10.16.11 Read in Full >>
Tens of Thousands Flock to National Mall :: Pres. Obama Presides Over King Memorial Dedication, Wash., D.C.
While some in the mainstream media predicted a poor turnout, it is quite the contrary as tens of thousands of people of all races descended on National Mall today.
Today, after a post-ponement, served as the official dedication to the King Memorial, dedicated to the life of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Pres. Barack Obama presided with musical selections by Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder.
Today is also the 16th Anniversary of the Million Man March. Read in Full >>
TGR: King Memorial Dedication to take Place on 16th Anniversary of the MMM
According to GazetteExtra.com,"The OFFICIAL program will start at 9 am with the DEDICATION scheduled for 11 am.
The Washington Post alerted readers about the MLK, Jr. Monument Dedication last Tuesday, Oct. 11 in its article, “King Memorial dedication Sunday to feature Gwen Ifill, Jesse Jackson, Aretha Franklin.”
That article was updated with additional information and additional participants yesterday (Fri., 10/14), “More stars join King Memorial dedication ceremony.” Read in Full >>
The Coretta Scott King Memorial Dedication and Malcolm X Birthday Celebration: Thurs., April 28th
You are cordially invited to attend the dedication of the first memorial to Coretta Scott King in the State of Maryland
on Thursday, April 28, 2011
, beginning promptly at 12:00 noon on the Annapolis Southern Maryland campus of Sojourner Douglass College
, 135 Stepney's Lane, Edgewater, Maryland
. Bringing the keynote address will be the youngest daughter of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mrs. Coretta Scott King, Dr. Bernice A. King. Read in Full >>
TGR: Happy MLK Day 2010 from gREIBO Media & BMORENEWS.com
"The richer we become materially, the poorer we become morally and spiritually. We have learned to fly the air like birds and swim the seas like fish, but we have not learned the simple art of living together as brothers and sisters." - MLK, Jr.
We, as members, of the human species find ourselves in the midst of some terribly interesting times: politically, socially, economically, physically, and yes, spiritually.
Here in the City of Baltimore, one could make the argument that if these five arms of the human experience were better on the same page, life would be better for all. However - at least from my perspective – the politicians and the theologians, the academics and the business leaders are seemingly wayward, lost from their moral compass, focusing instead on the material accoutrements of life that so often lead mankind to an infinite prism of hopelessness and despair – making man a lover of himself … and no one else. Read in Full >>