June 2015 Blog Posts (3)

Letter to Mrs Naomi King: Appreciation for the Legacy

Good morning Mrs. Naomi Ruth Barber King,

It was a pleasure attending the DARING TO DREAM: SELMA TO UMASS BOSTON,

UMASS BOSTON TO SELMA event at UMass Boston on April 17, 2015, hearing

about your husband, Rev. A.D. King (I was not aware that Dr. Martin

Luther King had a brother) and taking pictures with you. I am contacting

you to request copies of the pictures that I took with you. There are

about 5: several were taken while I had my magenta jacket and…

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The Best Entrepreneurship Conference Ever for Nigerian Universities attended by 50 Vice Chancellors

The A.D. King Foundation hosted 50 Nigerian Vice Chancellors (Nigerian University Presidents) to Atlanta Georgia on Monday May 17-23, 2015.

The Chancellor’s mission to visit and observe strategies of colleges and businesses that are successfully using entrepreneurial models which directly affect young leaders and entrepreneurs and to replicate these models in Nigeria was a great success. The Vice Chancellors testimonies can be found on YouTube unrehearsed. The Gala was attended by…

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Entrepreneurship challenges in Nigeria - A paradigm Shift Gala - Date (05/22/2015) Part 1

Practical Entrepreneurship Training for Nigerian Universities(Vice Chancellors and Directors) hosted by A.D. King Foundation in partnership with National Universities Commission(NUC), tetFUND and AraRocks Ltd. Nigeria held at Westin Atlanta Airport May 17th-24th, 2015. Get full details from "youtube.com" Entrepreneurship Challenges In Nigeria

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Mrs Naomi King Honored at the Capitol

Posted by Babs onabanjo on March 4, 2017 at 2:52am 0 Comments

Mrs. Naomi King honored at the state capitol for her dedication to the civil rights of all citizens. She addressed the fundamental systemic problem of the educational standards in the state of Georgia,She stated,that" there is a direct correlation between mass incarceration and the systemic poor…

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President Buhari Protects Christians and Non-Muslim Killers in Nigeria named Fulani Herdsmen Militia

Posted by Babs onabanjo on September 11, 2016 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Secretary of State John Kerry visits Sultan of Sokoto and 19 Northern Governors, Divide and Rule?

President Buhari Protects Christians and Non-Muslim Killers in Nigeria named Fulani Herdsmen Militia

The butchers from the north by Fani Kayode : The re-emergence of attacks by suspected Fulani herdsmen within the southeast, has got tongues wagging.

 In this opinion, Fani Kayode lashes out at the Nigerian government, stressing that the Buhari-led administration is…

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Residents fed up with Crime, Mrs. King advocates for the safety of all residents

Posted by Babs onabanjo on September 11, 2016 at 6:48am 0 Comments

http://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/atlanta/residents-at-senior-living-community-fed-up-with-crime/443842822

Please let it be known that I am an advocate for the safety of all residents. I urge the management to provide adequate security, including lighting the premises and securing the fence to protect the lives and properties of the residents. I further urge the…

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Change Reform- Police Brutality- Race Relations-Mental illness -Incarceration Rate- in America

Posted by Babs onabanjo on July 11, 2016 at 8:45am 0 Comments

Mrs. Naomi B. King: The Time has Come for Substantive Reform in the American Law System

Our 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…

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