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  Artist Andy Davis was handpicked by Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal to create the statue of Dr. Martin L. King Jr., earlier this month. Davis had created many high profile sculptures throughout the state and his appointment was held in high regard for creating the MLK Jr. statue that will stand on the grounds of…

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Mary Scanlon had no idea a $3 purchase from a Goodwill store in Phoenix would turn out to be a rare link to the Civil Rights movement’s most revered leader. Last April, Scanlon was at the thrift store when she spotted a pile of 35 vintage reel-to-reel tapes, including one labeled with the Rev. Martin…

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The King estate is suing King’s daughter, Bernice King. The reason? Martin King III and Dexter King want their father’s traveling Bible and Nobel Peace Prize, so they can sell the items. At least that is what Bernice King has released in a statement: “On Jan. 20, as we observed my father’s 85th birthday and…

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As we formally celebrate the King Holiday on Jan. 20, 2014, rolling out spoke with black educators, businessmen and other leaders about their thoughts on this King holiday:  “Sometimes the most revolutionary action we can undertake is the least glamorous and exciting, like teaching children to read and think. But, those are the acts that…

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Once again the Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Wright let the entire world know how much he dislikes President Obama. This time the forum was at the Chicago Teachers Union birthday breakfast honoring the MLK holiday. When it was time for Wright to take the podium, all recording devices and cameras were cleared from the room. A…

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Martin Luther King Jr was not only an African-American Civil Rights Movement leader but he led a life of inspiration and motivation to others. He spoke in front of thousands of people and even if you were not alive to hear him speak in person his words still ring true now. Listed below are 10 famous…

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