Tag: Jr.

Finally, A King, A Native Son,Finds Honor At Home

By Michael August 28, 2017 0

He was born a King in 1929 and would live a life committed to equality and justice for all humankind. The dash between the starting line and the finishing line ended in 1968. Some would say that was a short dash, but oh boy, did he pack a lot of life in those 39 years.

The King ran his race well. He was, as they said about the baseball legend, LeRoy “Satchel” Paige, “Sneaky fast.” read more

Farrakhan Plans March on CDC

By Michael October 15, 2015 4

Minister Louis Farrakhan, spiritual leader of the Nation of Islam,  during the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March dubbed “Justice or Else,” announced plans to demonstrate in front of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia on October 24.

March organizers are seeking a 25,000 person march comprised of people from states surrounding Georgia. The March on the CDC is to bring attention to allegations that the CDC participated in the development of a vaccine that allegedly is designed to “destroy black male children.” read more