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"I am so sad this morning. I just pray that we as a society learned a lesson from this tragedy so it will never happen again. I am reminded of what a great man once said: "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot…"
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Ferguson Protests

I am disappointed with the decision. However, the looting and burning down of businesses are senseless and counter-productive. The Federal investigation is still on-going and civil charges may be brought against Officer Darren Wilson. The Grand Jury has spoken not to indict Offer Wilson. Therefore, the decision of the jury is final and conclusive. A. D. King Foundation appeals for calm and peaceful demonstrations. There is a mistrust between the police and the policed, the laws need urgent…See More
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Youth Empowerment Gala 2014

An annual award gala recognizing individuals who have made significant contributions to humanity, peace and development.


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Rev (Dr) A. D. Williams King: Brother To The Dreamer. He was the younger brother to Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. He and his brother were often termed "Sons of Thunder" due to their preaching styles. Rev A D King was credited for organizing the Birmingham, Selma, Louisville and St Augustine Civil Rights Activities. He was arrested several times with his brother Rev Martin Luther King Jr in Atlanta and several other places. Daddy King was the first to publicly announce that both of sons were murdered for their civil rights activities.Credited for Three Acts passed (Civil rights act 1964,Voting rights act 1965, Open Housing act 1968) Visit http://www.adkingfoundation.comor call 678-736-4933 to volunteer

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    Ferguson Protests

    Posted by Babs onabanjo on November 25, 2014 at 3:56am 1 Comment

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    Cultural Exchange For Youth Empowerment

    Posted by Babs onabanjo on September 21, 2014 at 4:00am 0 Comments

    Are you on board? Please donate now! We are asking 1,000 people to donate $5.00 or more to assist with our effort to sponsor 5 students to Brazil as part of the cultural youth empowerment initiative. A D King Foundation sponsored 28 young people to Bahamas last year. With your support, we can change the world one at a time for a better tomorrow. Will you help? Please donate and be a change agent towards building a beloved community of hope, love and…


    Mrs Naomi King Speaks Out After 40 years

    Posted by Babs onabanjo on August 26, 2014 at 5:00am 1 Comment

    For Immediate Release

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    In this critical time in the world, when black teens are in danger of being murdered by police, when our newspapers and television screens are filled with images of military tanks and rifles poised at innocent citizens protesting…




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