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Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King
Becoming a People of the Resurrection in a Good Friday World – Part 1
April 13, 2022
When we decolonize the theology of White supremacy, resurrection can transform the United “Thief-dom” of America into the United “Kin-dom” of America. ... read more »
In Tribute to Dr. King, We have a Responsibility!
January 13, 2022
We have a responsibility, not to just honor what the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King stood for, but to continue fighting for the injustices of local and state governments who dare to take away our rights to vote. ... read more »
Dr. King, Sports and Music!
January 14, 2021
There was a time when the aspiration of most Black Americans was either sports or music, as other vocations were closed or limited at best. As the old saying goes, if life deals you lemons, make lemonade. So, Blacks like Joe Louis, Jackie Robinson and Berry Gordy ran with what they had to work with. ... read more »
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Biden’s First 100-Day Challenge: Transitioning to a More Inclusive Economy
December 3, 2020
The tumultuous 2020 presidential election triggered a record number of participating voters. Never before had so many people cast their preferences. And similarly, together substantiated how divided the nation is.  ... read more »
Senate Runoffs in Georgia Offer A Clear Choice
November 19, 2020
On Jan. 5, Georgia will hold a run-off election for both of its Senate seats. The races capture national attention because control of the Senate is at stake. If the two Democratic challengers, Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock, both win, the Senate will be effectively split 50-50, with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris breaking the tie. If one or both lose, Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell will retain his ability to obstruct the incoming president. ... read more »
Black Communities Deserve Health Equity During COVID Crisis
April 16, 2020
Data revealed from pockets of the country have made clear that the pandemic is having a disproportionate impact on Black Americans. The Trump administration’s lack of transparency and failure to release racial data on a national level has undermined efforts to develop a targeted response to the crisis. As a result, too many of our communities are left without fair and equitable access to testing, care and treatment.  ... read more »
Follow up to ‘FBI Aims to Build Relationship with Los Angeles’ Black Community’
April 25, 2019
A few nights ago, I had a terrible nightmare. In my dream, a casual conversation with a law enforcement agent resulted in my employment as an informant. In desperation, I screamed, “Oh no, what have I done? Will I have to kill and sabotage my people now? Black Lives Matter help me! Please get me out of this mess.” ... read more »
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. : A Life of Service Cut Short 
January 17, 2019
He will live forever in history as the icon of America’s Civil Rights Movement, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and “drum major for justice”. ... read more »
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Ephesians NT Church and City of Fontana Plan MLK Events
January 4, 2017
Ephesians New Testament Church and the city of Fontana will sponsor two events to observe the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ... read more »
Santa Monica College Students Honored With 2016 Education Awards
January 27, 2016
Five Santa Monica College students and a senior from Point Loma High School were presented the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Westside Coalition 2016 Education Awards at a ceremony held Jan. ... read more »
Murray joins Watts Area Ministers’ MLK salute
January 6, 2016
The Rev. Dr. Cecil “Chip” Murray will join the Watts Area Ministers, Inc., (WAM) at its annual salute to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ... read more »

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