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Mrs. Naomi B. King: The Time has Come for Substantive Reform in the American Law SystemOur hearts and prayers go out to those who have lost loved ones through those tragedies in Minnesota, Louisiana, Dallas and all across America. Our beloved communities of love has suffered a temporary setback because our goal is love and wisdom that passes all understanding. Over fifty years ago, Dr. King cried out these words. “Why We Can't Wait" In light of the events that have occurred in the past week we…See More
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The legend of Muhammed Ali was the fantasy of my growing years. I was too young to fully comprehend Ali at his height of glory. By 1974 when he fought Frazier I was just 3years old-both the 'Rumble in the Jungle' and 'Thriller in Manila' were in my toddler age but the myth of Ali was all over. When you spoke boxing it was Ali, just like when you spoke football, it was Pele. Or our mystical Thunder Balogun.Ali was invinsible. Unbeatable. Or so we thought until October 3, 1980, at Ceasars Palace…See More
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Press Release*** Press Release***For Immediate ReleaseJune 9, 2016Widow of Civil Rights Leader to be represented at Muhammad Ali FuneralContact: Dr. Babs Onabanjo – (770) 873-9265 Mrs. Naomi Ruth Barber King & A. D. King Foundation to beRepresented at Private Service for Boxing Great, Muhammad AliThe late Rev. A. D. King,…See More
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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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    I FORGIVE YOU BROTHER LARRY HOLMES...(Bilated Tribute to Muhammed Ali)

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    The legend of Muhammed Ali was the fantasy of my growing years. I was too young to fully comprehend Ali at his height of glory. By 1974 when he fought Frazier I was just 3years old-both the 'Rumble in the Jungle' and 'Thriller in Manila' were in my toddler age but the myth of Ali was all over. When you spoke boxing it was Ali, just like when you spoke football, it was Pele. Or our mystical Thunder Balogun.

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