The 55 member African Union is demanding President Trump apologize for reportedly using a vulgarity to describe their countries during White House talks on immigration this week, The pastor of Ebony easier. Baptist Church in Atlanta is also asking for an apology, especially in light of the upcoming Martin Luther King holiday Susannah Kappel Ludo reports from member station WA b E in Atlanta and beneath series a home congregation of Martin Luther King Junior and an interfaith service Friday evening, celebrating kings legacy. It's Pastor The Reverend Refah Warnock, said President Trump had no business making a proclamation. Honoring this civil rights leader. USO Africa. The people of Haiti on a Thursday, Mike celebrate dot the king on a Friday afternoon. You add insult to injury. We didn't need a proclamation, We need an apologia proclamation without on the quality and see o'clock. One while Trump's comments, uncivilized undignified and beneath the office of the president For NPR News, I'm Susanna Kappel Ludo in Atlanta Legendary sportscaster Keith Jackson has died Jackson called games for several sports, but his best known as the voice of college football is first was in 1950 to when he was a student at Washington State. The start of more than fifty years of sports casting described as both intelligent and down to earth. Jackson was eighty nine I'm Barbara Klein, NPR News in Washington. Support for NPR comes from it.