35 Burst results for "Martin Luther King"

Virginia's Incoming Lt. Governor Winsome Sears Shares Her Story

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | Last week

Virginia's Incoming Lt. Governor Winsome Sears Shares Her Story

"I've got so much to ask you and I know we have a limited amount of time together, but I first of all, just an amazed that the messenger in this case wins some Sears has a story. And where you came from and the history of how you do you mind for people who they love the way you speak and they love the message you have for America, they love what you're going to do for the Commonwealth of Virginia. But for the benefit of people who don't know your life story, would you mind sort of taking us through your journey? Very quickly, I had said before that my story starts with my father, but it actually starts with my grandfather who came to America back in the 30s as a fruit picker because some extra money so that he could help his family. So he came pick some fruit and went back to Jamaica. And he did that a few times and then my father came in 1963 from Jamaica after, you know, he could prove who background check who he is, who he said he was, and everything else that he had to do and then he was allowed into the country. That was August 11th of 1963, just 17 days before Martin Luther King Jr. gave his I have a dream speech. And so I asked my father, why would you come then? You know, it was a bad time for us and because this is where the jobs were. And I said, yeah, but you came at the height of the civil rights movement. He said, this is where opportunities were. He came with, took any job he could find, but himself through school started as American dreamer. Now he's comfortably retired, and by the way, this house that he's in. It's the second one he's built since retirement. I said to him, it's too big for you. You know what? He said, leave me alone. It's my money. Imagine that. Leave me alone. It's my money. I

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COINTELPRO: The Counterintelligence Program of the FBI

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | Last week

COINTELPRO: The Counterintelligence Program of the FBI

"COINTELPRO was a series of FBI projects that were covert and honestly illegal projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation. Aimed at surveilling infiltrating discrediting and disrupting domestic American political organizations. COINTELPRO went from 1956 to 1971. And some of their targets were the Nation of Islam was Martin Luther King Jr.'s organization, the southern pastor leadership conference or whatever the name was. And the only reason we ever learned about COINTELPRO. The only reason we were able ever able to get to the bottom of pros, operations. Was not because of some cross examination from Congress, was not because of a lawsuit. It was about something that I don't support, which was breaking and entering into a federal building. So during the famous Muhammad Ali Frazier fight, which was one of the most watched sporting events to date, on March 8th, 1971, a group of activists broke into the small two man office at the Federal Bureau of Investigation in media, Pennsylvania. They stole more than 1000 FBI documents that revealed years of systematic wiretapping, infiltration and media manipulation designed to suppress dissent. The citizens commissioned to investigate the Federal Bureau of Investigation. As the group called itself, forced its way in at night with a crowbar while much of the country was watching the Muhammad Ali Frazier fight. When agents arrived for work the next morning, they found the cabinets virtually empty virtually emptied, within a few weeks the documents began to show up, mailed anonymously in Manila envelopes with no return address newsrooms of major American newspapers. From that point forward after 1971, COINTELPRO was sunsetted and the government, the federal government's effort to wiretap an infiltrate American political organizations seemingly

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Tiffany Cross Assumes People Will Be Uncomfortable When the Minority Becomes the Majority

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Tiffany Cross Assumes People Will Be Uncomfortable When the Minority Becomes the Majority

"On people who are doing the work Well you know Roland has strong thoughts I have to say I think a lot of us feel that way though ro And I think it's gonna be hard for a lot of people as a changing demographic You're looking at the screen right now This is the rising majority of America And when this group of people starts getting centered it's going to be uncomfortable for a lot of people but we've been uncomfortable for a lot of all that mean What's all that mean The changing demographics you're looking at the screen I know This is the rising majority of America That means people of color And when this group of people start getting center it's going to be uncomfortable for a lot of people We've been uncomfortable for a long time she says go ahead I'm at this point in history we're comfortable making people uncomfortable So thank you to my amazing Wow So what does that mean What does that mean when the minorities in the majority That white people now are going to feel uncomfortable That white people are going to be put up This is just out of the closet racism It's out of the closet hatred I want you to think about Martin Luther King I want you to think about his tremendous speeches and the things that he said In the influence that I had had on the society Do they sound like they're talking about the principles and the belief system on Martin Luther King The content of your character they don't even talk about the contacted character It's all about race race race race

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MSNBC's Jonathan Capehart Degrades Winsome Sears' Victory, Citing Race

Mark Levin

01:11 min | 3 weeks ago

MSNBC's Jonathan Capehart Degrades Winsome Sears' Victory, Citing Race

"Go ahead They elected winsome seers as lieutenant governor She will be the first African American woman to be elected statewide in Virginia history It's The Wall Street Journal Nice try But invoking the name of lieutenant governor elect winsome Sears doesn't prove my assertion wrong about the role of race in the Virginia governor's election Not in the least Look voting for someone black does not grant absolution from racism It's not because people voted for somebody who's black They voted for somebody despite her race That's the point Martin Luther King Not Derek bell Are you too stupid to understand He obsessed with your racist hate to get it People go to the polls white racist go to the polls and say I'm going to vote for a black person a pro I'm not a white racist Just listen to how pathetic And how irrational this clown

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Mark Meadows Joins Charlie to Talk Through the Politics of the Day

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:26 min | Last month

Mark Meadows Joins Charlie to Talk Through the Politics of the Day

"Nothing will make people see that Donald Trump actually acted in their best interest as much as Joe Biden doing as poorly as he's done. Who would have imagined in fact the president Trump mentioned this the other day. He says, Mark, can you imagine it was going to be this bad this quickly? And the answer is, no, and I had a very low expectation. You know, it's hard to be below last on an expectation. But I had a very low bar for what they were going to do. Here's the other thing that I think that we start to see. The left has lurked so much. You get to see this each and every day on college campuses and in the public square. They've learned so far to the left that all of a sudden people they want to fight on their behalf. You know, when you look at CRT in the schools and telling parents, they're domestic terrorists. I mean, at this point, you've got unaffiliated voters and what I would say moderate to conservative Democrats if there's such a thing as a conservative Democrat left, they are all of a sudden saying, you know what, at least Donald Trump was willing to fight for me and I need somebody that's willing to fight. And the critical race theory is one key component. We have got to, we've got to understand that you don't judge people by the color of their skin. It's by the content of their character to quote Martin Luther King

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How Critical Race Theory Is Drenched in Marxist Principles

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | Last month

How Critical Race Theory Is Drenched in Marxist Principles

"There was a group of legitimate marxists that left Germany came to America. They found a safe haven here. They believed in economic Marxism, so they believed in their own personal opinion, the abolition of private property, the rights of the workers, all these sorts of things, and ushering in a utopia, the destruction of the American family, and they realized that bringing Marx has been communism to America has proven to be rather difficult. And so a specific thinker, if you could call them that, but he was pretty smart, strong about everything. Herbert Marcus came, and he had a disciple by the name of Angela Davis, who is a black woman communist who lives in California still. She's 77 years old, and they believe that race is the most important thing. They believe that all power dynamics are not economic. It's not about character. It's not about who you are. It's about the color of your skin. That everything around you is racist and that we must do everything we possibly can to try to organize society try to upheave the white supremacist colonialist imperialistic misogynistic bigoted culture and try to usher in some sort of indigenous people, people of color type revolt. This is where you started to get terms like people of color, minority ethnic groups, soon after you've got affirmative action, admission standards in college, all these sorts of things that came through kind of post that era. And then in the 1980s, 1990s, there was kind of a cooling off period where the predominant viewpoint I was born in 1993 was that, hey, we're not going to care about skin color. We're going to care about the content of people's character. Martin Luther King said that famously in his address at the speech of the Washington mall, and that was something that was repeated many, many times, which is, hey, it's not good. In fact, it's racist to care about people's skin color to organize them based on ethnocentric tribes. Instead, we are all made of the image of God. We are complex human beings and your skin colors, the most immaterial part of you. In fact, that is a sloppy, lazy and dare I say divisive way to actually try and say, this is the most important way to even think about your fellow human

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This Is Why the Church Needs To Get Political

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 3 months ago

This Is Why the Church Needs To Get Political

"The one thousand nine hundred nineteen sixties early seventies. We saw different form of christianity. Come in america. Talk about that so So chuck smith came on the scene especially for catholic chapel sixty eight and the idea of evangelism and they. They brought in syncopated rhythms. Which probably disappointed you in lives but Autho music and what they didn't california. Interestingly enough is chuck taught the bible verse by verse chapter chapter book by book but he stayed away from politics because in sixty eight when he started it Martin luther king reverend dr martin luther king junior have been shot. Bobby kennedy had been shot. Sixty three jake kidman shot. Then you had the meantime askar the offensive. And all these young people who had been seeking hope and change had checked out of the church and explored eastern religions and drug use and they they came back disillusioned because all their political heroes were dead and chuck avoided politics but he taught he taught the the way to salvation and grew ten thousand percent in fifty. Two years trae There's more coverage apples southbound doughnuts. There's a lot of dunkin's yeah there's a lot of dunkin donuts and and so so. The lion share those churches are in california. Ten thousand percent growth harvest crusades greg. Laurie but but in sixty eight we had the fifth largest gdp and it was a state of the future a trait but he avoids politics because the kids are burned out on it. I am grateful to chuck for my verse by verse. You know systematic study of the scriptures. I do not resent that. I i am who i am because he did what he did. But we miss something. Because we didn't engage in the public square the matthew sixteen we avoided that and now california no longer has a fifth largest gdp. We have the six maybe seven. We have a highest gas sales tax income tax highest debt highest unemployment highest poverty highest homelessness. And we've aborted more children than any other state in the union authors. No fault divorce. The transgender bathroom bills. And that's because the church didn't engage in the public

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Activists March Nationwide for Voting Rights

NBC Nightly News

01:34 min | 3 months ago

Activists March Nationwide for Voting Rights

"There are new nationwide calls for fair voting rights. Tonight has more states consider legislation that some say could restrict voter access. Today's marches also had another important meaning for the thousands demanding. Change kathy part. Reports tonight marches across america demanding protections for voting rights. We need to be here and lead our governments know that we truly believe in the voting rights for all but ways to keep poor people from voting to keep black and brown people voting to keep disabled people from voting. And if you buy into any of those categories you need to be out here and doing whatever it takes. Donations capital a show of force with activists and civil rights leaders pressuring congress to pass legislation. That would protect elections and voters at the federal level. We must remain engaged to create the accountability. The political power that leads to change that message landing on the fiftieth anniversary of the march on washington. When martin luther king junior delivered his famous. I have a dream speech. Today's organizers say forty eight states have introduced nearly four hundred bills this year amounting to voter suppression in texas republican house. Members just approved a bill. Banning drive-thru polling places and twenty four hour voting democrats said the legislation would disproportionately affect people of color. The political battles over the right to vote a reality then and now

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Thousands Gather for Annual "March on for Voting Rights"

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Thousands Gather for Annual "March on for Voting Rights"

"Years ago On a hot August day, thousands gathered in D C to march for jobs and civil rights for Black Americans Today, decades after the march on Washington, thousands commemorate Did the iconic day when Martin Luther King Jr delivered his I have a dream speech with a march for voting rights. I'm here to make a stand. Listen, every American should have the right to participate in democracy, and that's why I'm here, making a loud and proud. This marcher goes by the name Britta Filter. I'm here with drag out the vote, and it's very important for us to stand up for people's voting rights, especially marginalized people. People of color. There are 389 bills that have passed insert in 48 different states around the country. People suppressing voter registration, voter everything mail in voting. All of it. So folks are marching in favor of national voting rights legislation. D. C. Statehood, ending the filibuster and making sure black and brown Americans have full access to

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Activists March Nationwide for Voting Rights, Honoring 1963 March on Washington

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Activists March Nationwide for Voting Rights, Honoring 1963 March on Washington

"58 years since the March on Washington, led by Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Thousands marched again in D C today and across the country in an effort to persuade lawmakers to pass federal voting rights legislation among the speakers. Martin Luther King the third We need to turn up the press. Shall on the leaders who think their flimsy talk about bipartisanship is more important than our rights. The rallies come as a number of Republican controlled states have made sweeping changes that could make it harder to vote. Many activists view the fight over voting rights as a civil rights issue of the day. This

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Thousands March in Washington, U.S. Cities for Voting Rights

Financial Advisors with Aubrey Morrow

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Thousands March in Washington, U.S. Cities for Voting Rights

"In Washington marking 58 years since the historic I have a dream speech delivered by the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr the central Focus this year is federal voting rights legislation. Designed to combat election bills in several Republican states. The group also hosting marches and other cities today, including Atlanta, Miami in Houston, the state where Texas governor Greg Abbott will soon sign into long a bill that also blocks election officials from sending random absentee ballot applications that imposes ID requirements and gives more leeway to poll watchers. Fox says Jeff

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Voting Rights and D.C. Statehood Lead 58th Anniversary of March on Washington

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Voting Rights and D.C. Statehood Lead 58th Anniversary of March on Washington

"Of the march on Washington. Voting rights activists from across the country gathering downtown to mark the occasion with another March and rally. This year's event is called the March on for Washington with the March in D. C aimed at raising support for a new federal voting rights law as well as D C. Statehood, But Piper D C. Statehood. It's certainly a fight for voting rights, and that's why this march is so vital. Jamal holds his elite organizer for 51 for 51, which advocates for D. C. Statehood were not just marching. All Washington were also march of poor Washington. The event begins at eight a.m. downtown. With a walk from McPherson Square to Black Lives Matter Plaza were March off around 9 45 10. O'clock will land at the National Mall. Speakers on the mall include Martin Luther King, the third D. C. Mayor, Muriel Bowser and a litany of Democratic lawmakers and others. John Doman w T.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Fortnite New Game: I Have a Dream Speech

NPR Politics Podcast

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Martin Luther King, Jr. Fortnite New Game: I Have a Dream Speech

"Epic games the company the developers behind fortnight have done something kind of interesting it also kind of ties into what i cover for npr. So i thought it was really interesting. It is as we pointed out in the last segment. It's the anniversary of the march on washington. And dr king's i have a dream speech and they've worked with time studios in time magazine to create this experience called march through time. Players can be teleported to what they're calling. Dc sixty three which is like this kind of a reimagined alternate universe. Washington dc built by users. And you can actually take your character and traveled to the lincoln memorial and the national mall. And here recordings of dr king. Giving the i have a dream speech. There are also like many games that you can do. Yes are you doing the usual fortnight stuff while you're there like my question. This is my question to an eye full disclosure. I have not gotten a check out this experience myself yet but a really smart gaming journalist. I follow erin ashley. Simon actually did you can find on twitter. She put up a four minute. Video of what people are doing. And yeah there's some of the emotes as they call them of people dancing and things like that but you can also hold up signs at the rally. There are collaborative experiences. That are sort of educational. There were puzzles. So yes some of the traditional fortnight stick. But there's also kind of a learning angle here too. I see people describing it as like an interactive online museum.

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Why the Civil Rights Movement Was a Bad Thing for Black People

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Why the Civil Rights Movement Was a Bad Thing for Black People

"What are some of the hot topics we you said you wanted to talk about. Pride month prior month so black people only get twenty eight days but Lgbtq pride month is it's now the month of june and june teeth which is in june cuts into pride month. So it's fundamentally homophobic uh-huh need to talk about that so i'm gonna say something that's groundbreaking and is going to offend. A lot of people are right. The civil rights movement was the worst thing to happen to this nation into the black community. Why because the civil rights movement pivoted this. lgbtq narrative and it's also pivoting. Pedophilia push as a form of sexuality. Follow me for a second. we're gonna have to. This is crazy. But i'm gonna be real with you. People don't tune out. Could this always ends well. But you gotta hang in is heavy so now which helped understand the segregation was not an all of the united states of america. Right it was only in the south correct right so let's talk about. Harriet tubman for a second. I'm as an example slave in maryland. She traveled a hundred miles north to philadelphia. The moment she touched philadelphia. She was a free woman right. So this tells you in the north. Obviously since i found it fathers there was no slavery. It always was in the south. Okay jim crow laws and all of this stuff. This success always in the south. Now you may have. Had the north people like marco mex and all of these people talk about it and take on the culture in a sense of the depravity of what was happening but that wasn't there portion right so now martin luther king comes in. He says listen. We want to have the same abilities in the same access to what white people have but we had it. We have built our own schools. We had owned businesses. Our homes solid right so now. Civil rights comes in Jfk dies and the newborn johnson steps in and he says listen. I understand your struggle. we're going gonna make it equal for everybody but we also do a warm poverty. We're going to give you guys welfare

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Reach for Your Dreams

THE BRENDON SHOW

02:29 min | 3 months ago

Reach for Your Dreams

"Scary to me. How our culture got so wrapped up into smart goals specific and measurable and attainable or realistic. Time bound you know just very awesome left brain goal thinking stuff but i think the problem is are. We have this culture now where we're dominated by by these very realistic goals and we're dominated by spreadsheets and checklists and all these great left brain things that maybe are supposed to help us accomplish things and yet we have an entire culture now or setting too small of goals you know where the moonshot dreams and ideas you know. Where's the walking putting the person on the moon dreams whereas the build a big business and empire that takes over the world dreams. Where's the things that says. I'm going to serve millions of people dreams. Those aren't realistic. It was not a smart goal for columbus to sail across the ocean. It was not a smart goal for for martin luther king to say let's march on washington. It was not a smart goal for us to say. Hey let's put a man into orbit or let's put a man and a woman into a container to metal container and fine across the sky. These were not smart goals. There was nothing at all attainable or realistic or even necessarily timely about those types of things. They were impossible dreams and we have to fire those up in our lives again. If we're ever to experience the zest there is no sexiness. Enjoy in being smart goal person like come on yes we have to at some point bring a gold down to earth and and measure it out and think through it. That's where people automatically go. They're scared to think about a goal. That's measurable not just in terms of. Can i get it done. Miserable in terms of their life destiny their their mission. They're scared to think that level that is ambitious and full of fire and dreams and hopes. So i'm i'm here to tell you set some dumb goals. Okay let me let me tell you about a dumb goal. Adum goal the d. Let's let's make us up okay. The d. stands for dream driven. Let's start there. Let's start way up here. What would be the ideal. The perfect the magical thing that's even beyond maybe even your immediate comprehension to think way outside the box. Think about something that fire you up and really feel like if i obtained that that would be my dream

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Planned Parenthood Is the Definition of White Supremacy

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 4 months ago

Planned Parenthood Is the Definition of White Supremacy

"You know, we hear a lot of people these days expressed concerns about something called White supremacist. Um Well, let me tell you something about that. As far as I'm concerned, Planned Parenthood is white supremacist. Um, if we want to read American society The vestiges of racism against people of color in this country, the best thing that can happen in this country. As for the United States Supreme Court to overturn Roe versus Wade, For states to outlaw abortion. And for Planned Parenthood to be put out of business. None other than Dr Martin Luther King's own niece, Dr Alveda King. Has stated the Planned Parenthood has achieved what the KKK the Klan never could have dreamed of the deliberate killing of millions of black babies. I mean, I don't know if you ever noticed, but Planned Parenthood offices tend to be in minority neighborhoods. Don't know if you are aware of this, but Margaret Singer who started Planned Parenthood 100 years ago. Was a racist. And recently just in the last few months. The current head of Planned Parenthood said. Look, we're done trying to Um Remember the exact words but done trying to deal with the racist past of our founder. Anyway. This needs to stop

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Sebastian Gorka Says It's Time for Civil Disobedience

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 4 months ago

Sebastian Gorka Says It's Time for Civil Disobedience

"We should revisit the term resistance because for the last four years. It was either joke. Stupid pussycat hats and insane. Media figures promoting violence and terrorist acts. Oh not just media. i mean it was. What's her face. Maxine waters as well right telling people to harass an abuse members of the trump administration wherever they saw them was actually elected members of the democrat. Party all it was cowan's and punks like miles. Taylor and alexander vincent. I mean truly pathetic. Pathetic risible excuses for human beings individuals who are beneath contempt in their beta mail carriage. Maybe time for some real resistance. Senator rand paul is calling for it. And so so my not the insane. The colt of violence of people like madonna and depth and mortars but time in the great tradition of the reverend martin luther king for some widespread nationwide civil disobedience those fascists in the white house whether it's f- ouchi or the senile man who calls himself president they want to inject you with an experimental vaccine. Shut down your business mosque. You'll children just say no

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Don't Call People out -- Call Them In

TED Talks Daily

02:00 min | 4 months ago

Don't Call People out -- Call Them In

"First of all thank you all for listening to me. I come to y'all because most black women don't go the klu klux klan rallies on purpose. I did because it was my job. I've monitored hate groups. But i really wanted to find out how people could hate strangers so much. Mostly i wanted to work for peace and justice but fortunately for me my mentor at the time was the legendary civil rights leader. Reverend ct period. Who'd been an aide to dr martin luther king and see ts to say when you ask people to give up hate the you need to be there for them when they do now the time. Ct set those words. I started muttering under my breath. Because you can't curse out a preacher you know. But if i didn't make any sistemi to me because if the clan hated black folks al's all right with hating them back sounded okay to me but then something happened. It became my job to help people who were leaving hate groups and then once i got the norm i couldn't hate him anymore and then i got confused. I'm a survivor. A racial violence rape and incest. And i needed to find another moral compass for my life's work and the conference had this schiff from hate to love and so that improbable journey is why i'm here to talk to you today. Because i really really want to build a culture and a world that invites people in instead of pushing them out is called a calling in culture

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"martin luther king" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

03:39 min | 11 months ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"A new documentary out today called. Mlk fbi which traces the ways in which the fbi was surveilling. Martin luther king junior towards the end of his life as well as other black activists in an attempt to tamp down the civil rights movements directed by legendary filmmaker sam pollard. This documentary is based on a nineteen eighty one book by historian david garrow as well as documents released by the national archives in two thousand seventeen and two thousand eighteen quoting the atlantic. Mlk fbi arrows attempts to stifle the civil rights movement through coordinated efforts to spy on king with the hope of discrediting his righteous public image with king as with many black activists since the beginning of the twentieth century. The fbi surveillance wasn't an isolated obsession. It was part of a long running effort to keep black americans from acquiring institutional power. Pohlad told me the film traces. Exactly how the surveillance of king started how it was conducted and the effects it had on his life end quote using tons of archival footage and interviews with firsthand witnesses. The film illustrates how. Fbi's surveillance of black americans began as part of fbi director. Jaeger hoover's obsession with rooting out. Communism <unk> believing black people to be more susceptible to political manipulation as their efforts became more focused specifically on martin luther king junior and his growing influence. The fbi sought to expose his extramarital affairs as a way of discrediting him to the public and his followers but director sample are noted to npr's fresh air quote would hoover didn't bank on was back in the sixties. The press did not take the bait. They didn't reveal the personal lives of these public figures. They didn't do with john kennedy. They didn't do with others and they didn't do it. With dr king and quotes and while this documentary serves as a needed reminder. That martin luther king junior was not universally revered in his time there could be wearing that paints too negative a picture of him by including personal details like the affairs he had producer. Benjamin heddon said a our approach however quote he wouldn't be d- mythology someone he would simply be portraying him with responsibility and sympathy the way he would subject in his documentaries who was not known to the wider public and quotes and hannah georgia's said in the atlantic quote. Mlk fbi offers an important corrective to prevailing myths about king and his principles of nonviolent resistance. Which were not in fact. Widely embraced as my colleague. Van newkirk wrote in two thousand eighteen hostility toward the civil rights. Movement turned into a cherry. Pick celebration of the revolutions victories over segregation in over easily caricatured gap toothed bigots in the south and quotes and continuing georgia's. The reality was that opposition to king into the racial progress. He symbolized was restricted by region or by political affiliation diplomats and republicans alike had turned against king by his later years especially after he voiced objection to the vietnam war. It's impossible to separate the fbi's decades long commitment to tracking black activists from its relative failure to address the credible threats posed by white nationalists including those that surfaced with last week's deadly attack on the capital the fbi surveilling king and using dubious reasoning to do so isn't altogether shocking for much of the country's history sabotaging black rebellion by any means necessary has been integral to preserving white political power. The new and still contested development is finally accepting black people as active participants in american democracy and quotes.

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"martin luther king" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Not working today and what. What do we need to do. We don't. I'll tell you what we play. I'll know facebook. Youtube will allow with player. Martin luther king before the tonight's for this morning's over how about that barbie. Because then if i play a few little bit martin. Luther king's speech. I think i will feel better about myself and i won't feel so guilty. That is being. You've been glow selfish. 'cause it's freecell the is being a little because you know we honored this man that i i didn't recognize it at all so i think Right now while we had the moment well before the show when we're playing that down because lord knows i don't want to forget we're someone looking but probably not one you don't feel guilty not one bit or you just push right right right. Yeah you'd be so so. I say this everyone doing this for bob. Insignia myself before shows for the show. Today will play a little. Two minutes of dr martin. Luther king how about that. Yes i do anybody and yeah they care. Do you guys care number one. If you even put the cam take care. Shown black folks why folks are listening latinos even care a grassy. Say he always celebrate our movement. Okay come on let me know. Let me know if you care. I'll just say they.

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"martin luther king" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

Wendell's World & Sports

03:27 min | 11 months ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

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"martin luther king" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

Wendell's World & Sports

07:16 min | 11 months ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

"Lou. Holtz steve spurrier and we know how that one so saving finished thirteen seventeen with the dolphins from oh five six before taking the alabama job the turned out to be pretty good for him and do whole finished with a three and ten record with the new york jets in nineteen seventy six interesting story. I read an ringer about college coaches going and getting an opportunity to coaching approach. It was like midway through the season with the jets. Wholesome like you know what man this this shifting from me. i'm a. I'm a college coach was born coach. College in the sooner the season is over a first chance i get. I'm getting the hell out of here. Then later on he was like you know what i'm gonna give it another shot because i've learned from my mistakes and now i know that i should have treated these guys like. Oh i don't know men. Is it a college kids and you know up. Give these guys a little bit more input into what we're doing but by that time his reputation in the nfl has been so tarnished that He was done with that. And of course. These spurrier was my washington snyder skins. He coached that team. From o-3 returning the coach south carolina. He just twelve and twenty signed him. Five years seventy five years thirty five million dollar contract and he couldn't wait to get out of that. Get on that gig. So i'll talk about that a little bit later on so we'll see but none of these guys has been asked successful. Spurrier holtz will save but other than saving holtz burger. I mean they hadn't had these success willing championships as urban meyer. Did but it's it's an interesting. It's an interesting experiment as a little flavor to jacksonville as a little flavor to next season's. Nfl schedule in season. So the wouldn't red flag about meyer. Being successful coach in one major problem on wise partnership will be successful. I think is because of this health problems. We this is the guy who burns the candle. The both end. You don't change your especially when you're fifty six and you have that type of winning and success now you can sit there and convince yourself that you know what i understand that. I'm not gonna have the success that i did in college. I understand. i'm not going to be willing. Eighty five percent a much football game. I understand that. I won't be having the ability to go ahead and do the recruiting and bringing the players that i really wanted to bring in. I know that. I know that there's a hard salary cap in the nfl. While i can spend fruitfully as much as i wanted to in college like a us Some perks shall we say to bring in some recruit from college. Even though that might be bending the rules of the ncaa just the bit so You know all of those things. Come into play. And like i said it's easy to say that now but when you jacksonville and your one is six. And he's a seems to be no end in sight is meyer. Who again will want close games. Go fucking nuts mentally and all that type of jerry west complex in terms of being able to handle stress. Is he going to be able to go ahead and continue to do what he's doing. He stepped down from ohio state. In december of twenty eight team the last time he's actually coached to game. He stepped down from the gig particularly because of health issues. He's been most of that season of pain on the sideline because of assist which caused him aggressive headaches throughout the year and then you have to suspend him for first three games of the twenty eighteen season for how before he handled multiple accounts of domestic violence involving assistant coach. Zac smith the guy was like well. You know he was a great guy. Who is father blah blah blah on loyalty and then the other guys upbeat numbers wife really. You're going to go down that route. I mean you late in columbus anymore where you'll have sycophants sitting there. S okay michigan. Beats of women by us. You know going to be flying in the nfl especially the way. They're cracking down on this stuff right now correctly. So so all of these things man. He's to let them be dealing with. He told you sports and twenty eighteen when he was being asked about coaching in the nfl said that could never work at a place. I see some of these guys for records because the nfl. So even some of these guys are record is seventy four fifty eight. That could never do that. Shit seventy four fifty eight you doing. Well hell if you singing over five hundred damn good. So if he's going to be talking about losing his mind something like that. This is going to work your reminder. So how long does he. How long does he plan on coaching here. Eventually he's going to run ragged the men's fifty six years old. Eventually he's going to Know the personality he is. He's not built their vehicle meeting in an nfl coaching job. Seventy four fifty eight. Continue to a louis been if you're not mentally strong enough to deal with this kind of nonsense and how urban meyer is fifty six now. How long can he coach. How long does he want to coach. I mean we see guys like pete carroll and bill bella. Check bruce arians. They're all over sixty-five seem to be doing well. Carol is going to be seventy guy. Looks like he's in his fifties. I wish i had that type of energy bill. Belichick looked like he coach for a couple of more years. Bruce arians i mean these guys all are great for me. Nfl head coaches all. over sixty. Five mike zimmer as a right now still the head coach in minnesota and you re vic fangio girl over sixty ron rivera. john ball. John gruden frank. Right mike mccarthy sean payton are all between the ages of fifty five and fifty nine years old now rivera just went through cancer but he seems to be all these guys for. Nfl head coaches seemed to be looking good for h. m. You look at these guys. As i mentioned before rivera and harbaugh and grooten right the needle. Look at those guys. Don't like those guys only fifty something years old like seventies. Yeah it's it's gonna be interesting is going to be very interesting windows world of sports on your host when wallace. Oh glad that you could be with us. He spent seven years at ohio state. Speaking about meyer spent seven seasons. I know how state six seasons at florida to utah. Won a bowling green young man at that time for seventeen seasons. He's taking a couple of years off and he's only fifty six years old. I mean he's still relatively a young guy who got into coaching. A wonder can. Shall we say for being a successful. As he was at the age that he was the worst record he's ever had in his coaching career. Is that florida. Two thousand and seven were physically. He shut down because the losing four and two thousand seven and then eight and five in twenty ten. I believe what year it was. I think it might have been t-boz last year. I think where he said he was going to retire. The pressure with too much of which is getting too much for them. These the the responsibilities a winning all the time so for my or maybe the fact that you know what. Jacksonville is not expected this catego- sixteen and win the championship. In the first couple of years maybe they'll take some of the Anxiety off of them but then again if you're sitting there three and eight three and eight. It's still going to be three and eight. And when you come.

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"martin luther king" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

Wendell's World & Sports

04:15 min | 11 months ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports

"World sports entertaining and provocative look into the world of sports and beyond off. Please please go over to students. In raynham reviews. Your feedback is welcome. How the host of the program from the washington dc metropolitan area. When del is. We've got some difficult days ahead. It really doesn't matter with me now. Because i've been to the mountaintop. I would like to live a long life long. Has its place. I'm not concerned about that now. I just want to do god's and he's allowed me to go up to the mountain over the promised. Land know the night people we get to the tonight. I'm not worried about anything. I'm not fearing off your pick. Took be.

"martin luther king" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Does Martin Luther king did to understand and to comprehend and replace that violence that stain of blood shed that is spread across our land but an effort to understand compassion those of you who are black and are tempted to fail with be filled with hatred and mistrust the injustice of such an act against all white people I would only say that I can also feeling my own heart the same kind of feeling I had a member of my family killed but he was killed by a white man but we have to make an effort in the United States we have to make an effort to understand to get beyond a go beyond these rather difficult times favorite call my my favorite call what was Aeschylus he once wrote even in our sleep pain which cannot forget falls drop by drop upon the heart until in our own day despair against our will comes wisdom through the awful grace of god what we need in the United States is not division what we need in the United States is not hatred what we need in the United States is not violence and lawlessness what is love and wisdom and compassion toward one another feeling of justice what those who still suffer within our country whether they be white whether they be black.

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"martin luther king" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on Double Toasted

"The boondocks said at the best man that episode when the king came back boondocks at the best man, Google YouTube boondocks episode, Martin Luther King Maigo, man. If y'all have the best Mona that episode is amazing man is it was controversial. But it it it, you know, look, I'll tell you something that is one of the best thirty minutes of television have ever seen man. The boondocks. Ducks in his heyday play this clip for yards away to like, go out, man. Bled. You brought up. Back in his heyday, the boondocks was the was like on the family. If you don't on the family on the family was one the most daring shows an upfront shows about race relations in other social issues that were going on at the time in the seventies. Boondocks was one of those shows where they were able to address things and speak truth and told the future and it oh Jesus. Man. It was crazy. Yeah. What what the future about what what a between R Kelly and the way of dress today a lot of rappers and stuff like that gay rappers. It was it was crazy yet. Hey, you're headed your time. Tom catches up with some points. It was crazy. But this is this was a really great episode, man. Because this episode spoke truth, and you speak truth. It gets people upset of all colors, man. And it's it's it's it's amazing. Also said how that truth even applies more today? It was episode with Martin Luther King came back and then come back and get mad at white people. He came back and pointed the finger Amtrak people hard, we're at modern times. Oh, yeah. Came back in modern times. And and then black people will really upset they like shit as me that he's..

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"martin luther king" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Workers back to work and that they get paid. Linda Kenyon, Washington. It's ten after the hour while President Trump paid silent homage yesterday to slain civil rights icon, Martin Luther King junior. Bob Costantini reports. Political heavyweights on the federal holiday did not miss an opportunity to contrast king and Trump President Trump spent about two minutes standing at the technically closed Martin Luther King junior memorial in Washington on a bitterly cold day. Everybody. Great day beautiful day. I thank you for being here at an inside celebration of king's life put on by the national action network. Former vice president Joe Biden criticizing the president's fighting for a border wall and Israeli Rick was reaching out to young voters as the seventy six year old Mr. Biden weighs another presidential bid. They had been awakened, ladies and gentlemen, over sixty percent of this baloney generation believed that increasing diversity is good for them in good from your taking on the president over the shutdown border wall and his efforts to limit even legal immigration in Columbia, South Carolina state that holds an early primary Senator Bernie Sanders at an event honoring king it gives me. No pleasure to tell you that. We now have a president of the United States who is a racist at the national action network celebration hosted by Al Sharpton, Martin Luther King, the third king junior was a builder not a wall builder. President Trump tweeted out of Ideo of these wreath laying visit to the king memorial in DC. But also tweeted this message for the holiday we celebrate Dr Martin Luther King junior for standing up for the self evident truths Americans hold so dear that no matter what the color of our skin or the place of our birth. We are all created equal by God holiday. Also marked the beginning of the second half of President Trump's term. Bob Costantini, Washington. Twelve after the hour now up next on America in the morning. What officials are saying about.

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"martin luther king" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

Rantin' and Ravin'

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

"Right. Right. Right. Right. Right. Right. Yeah. Like, she was she her mind, you know, she had. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. So tell her to go Walker for the caps. You wanna go? You wanna do your part of the million man March to see you can leave there with a million men? Twenty nine start a podcast series. I guess once a month ago try at one time to see how it goes. But I think it will be a fun environment corn rows. In conversations. I think I think the thing that our hope that comes out of this is that it'll be. I would like it to be an environment where styling is being done. You know, people come in. We still styling getting somebody getting their nails done Kerr. Whatever we talking with. And we really need men to come to this. You understand we need very few women. I need a lot of men to come to this. And maybe one other woman. But it'll be about us talking about relationships, and, you know, self esteem, and, you know, just following your dreams, right? I think you're great example of that. You've you've made moves and done the things that you want and put yourself in the environments that you wanna be in. And I think I've done that as well. I think we we we all could come from a place where we have to build and create. But it doesn't mean that we can't. Redefine and create other avenues that people didn't even know or make connections away. People didn't think were possible and people are constantly like, oh, how did you do that? Why did you get here? How did you? I'm like, you know, number one, the Lord, you know, that's number one and number two. I'm also just open. I don't restrict myself. I don't say I can't go here. I can't do this. I can't be here. I can't hang with people, blah. I'm like, you know, there's something that opens up say, yes, try, let me see, you know, all the things that come my way as best been from me being open and connecting with people got on the tonight show doing, you know, the monologues with Jimmy Fallon. You know, it's like that happened. And you know, I got my first time in Montreal comedy festival, which I thought would be a certain, you know, I wanted to be on new faces that was my big thing. And I didn't get new faces. And then. I want my first time ever going. There was part of the biggest show, which is nasty show and I recorded for Showtime. So it's like, you never know what's going to happen. You know, try not to sometimes people are trying to follow a path and sometimes path limits. What the possibility is on if you just trying to go out and be a teacher. Knowing that you love hair, you won't be a teacher. But you could also have been a teacher and opened up a path to then do hair and become a celebrity hairstylist and on your own salon have your dogs travel all over the world, right? Never limit yourself. One of the things I wanna talk about first of all it's Martin Luther King birthday. Yes. Happy birthday to Martin Luther King. Remember when they were saying happy birthday to happy birthday to your happy. Like only black people know how to make a song. That's what maybe a minute have long into a theatrical guys will number every piece for five minutes for five minutes. And then other people joining in and like, you know, why why does everybody why is it like a Jackson Five reunion to sing happy birthday. You know, when would Stevie Wonder added on lines to it, we come to you today owners like they did a special thing. Right. Because we always gotta add salt and milk to whatever. The fuck y'all doing. And that's just what it is. Even the national anthem. We gotta ask salt milk to that. We gotta Pepe data. Put it back on the stove bullet it up because you know, there's a presentation that has to happen. A lot of times people like to call it ghetto, but I like to call it grandeur. Okay. Yeah. So happy Martin Luther King day. Got a little note on you about model of the king..

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"martin luther king" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:05 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"So Stu keeps telling me when we get off the air. Yeah. You know, it's Martin Luther King day today. Yeah. He you know, that the press is going to just twist what you say. And now, I don't think they care anymore. I really don't. I think they they like the idea of the these kids who've been vilified by the country is essentially white supremacists with no evidence evidence whatsoever. The idea that you're going to say that they had similar similar characteristics. In some ways to Martin Luther King on Martin Luther King day. Well, I don't depress even knows who Martin Luther King is anymore. I mean, he's not radical enough for people now Martin Luther King is being distanced from all of the, you know, the big civil rights groups now only when it's convenient for them. Do they use it Martin Luther King wouldn't be a part of antifa? No way. Martin Luther King wouldn't be a part of really you wouldn't be part of the women's March. Maybe at the beginning. He would have been okay. Let's let's you know, gathered together it seemed like a peaceful March. But he probably would have done his homework and saw who was involved in went. I know they seem to be racist. And don't think we want to stand with racists. He wouldn't be standing with them. Now. What are we at the March for life? We don't know. But I know I'll king says that he actually was pro-life. Right. I mean didn't also dare I say it dare I say on Martin Luther King day. Yes. I dare also pro gun. Oh my gosh. Yeah. Yeah. You know, what's crazy because gun laws the for African Americans and native common sense, gun control gun control laws. They were always they were always in effect in the south for African Americans. We don't want African Americans to have gone. You know, why you know, why this is why they told Martin Luther King? You couldn't have a gun because he went in. And he said, hey, I need to get a permit to carry a gun, and they said, oh, no, no that'll make it more dangerous for you for you. We're doing it for you just like protecting us with their gun control measures up today. We can't understand how to handle these big black metal scary things that we hold and make loud booms. We can't do that ourselves. We we're doing this for your own good. You can't carry a gun, Mr. king. So he's not exactly the guy that everybody portrays him. He wasn't a Saint either. I mean, he was a normal guy. None of our heroes of the past. Are are perfect. He wasn't a Saint a towards the end. He was hanging around a lot of communists. You know, whether that's where he would have ended up or not, I don't know. But here's why we know him not because we're like, you know, I support Martin Luther King because he was four philandering. Now, we we like him because of his his his idea that you peacefully protest. Oh, I like Martin Luther King because he was a communist. No, no, we like Martin Luther King, and he has a day because he taught America how to protest peacefully, and that's exactly what happened this weekend. But maybe we should look back and have a refresher on Martin Luther King. Speed up that. Children back men and white men Jews and ten. And we'll be able to hands. Nick, growth, spiritual free at last. Derives from the dark and desolate. Segregation to the sunlit path the racial Justice. Now is the time. From the quicksand then. Solid rock. Dr Martin Luther King has been shot and wounded critically wounded in Memphis, Tennessee, the beeping. Martin Luther King the apostle of non-violence in the civil rights movement has been shot to death in all points bulletin for a well-dressed young white man seen running from the running. For centuries man's freedom has been crushed contained or discouraged and sometimes in subtle ways. In the days of Solomon, decried that man could learn too much. At one shouldn't dig too deeply nor read too often saying that too much reading led to the weariness of the flesh that the search for knowledge is where Adam and eve went wrong, thus proving that learning leads to man's downfall for his sin. Saint Paul centuries later said basically, the same thing in fifteen hundred Francis Bacon wrote to the king trying to convince him that man could never learn too much that knowledge could not somehow also contain the serpent yet free thought continued to be squashed Immanuel Kant. The man who first described the Milky Way is a collection of sons in the fashion that we now know it wrote in seventeen sixty there are many things that I believe that. I shall never say. But I shall never say the things that I do not believe. The courage to speak one's. In seventeen sixty our most precious freedom the freedom of thought had not yet been born yet. Just a few years later on the other side of the globe. Set a man alone in a hotel room, his wife, dying in bed hundreds of miles away from him as he scratched words on paper. We find these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal with certain unalienable rights, given to them by their creator among them, life, liberty and property. It was later changed to the pursuit of happiness to make sure the slave trade would finally come to an end. I'm.

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"martin luther king" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We've talked a lot about professional football here in a minute. And our next guest is certainly heading in that direction. The great linebacker from the university of Alabama MAC Wilson who announced the other day that he will move on after distinguished career at the university. Mac. Thank you, very very much for joining us. Good afternoon to you and congratulations on your time at Alabama. Noon. He was well, thank you for having math before we talk about Alabama. I wanna ask you because we just got through playing a clip in commemoration of this holiday honoring Dr Martin Luther King, and I know young people don't have the kind of recollection as some of us who were alive during Dr king's life. But but as a young person growing up in Montgomery, Alabama place that was very integral in Dr king's rise. As a minister, the he pastored a church there. What does this day mean to you? A lot of you know, mom, McCain was wasn't man whose bear quarter in and around Gherman, basically, you know, well from his fight facilities equalize Islam able to play football the grade school like Alabama, you know, he was a hero. And he soon America will occur lead. Like, and he also, you know, he died for freedom as well. Well, what an what an incredible and very poignant answer for someone who who grew up many years after Dr king had left Montgomery, but that's that's that's really very memorable answer. Well, MAC let me move on to your career at Alabama. Now that it's over. I'm sure a lot of memories are passing three your your mind. What stands out? There's out. I mean for my career is is being able to play, you know, with a lot of great group of guys, you know, even from freshman year until this point, you know, how at great team made caring team as he will always love each other like brothers. And you know, there's just experienced the play on the great coaches and also on great coaches in the world co saving, you know. It was a Hughes unin that's something that I cherish forever. You know, you can't get back in time. I enjoy my years here. But no, you got to move on to the next step in life. And not to rush you to the NFL, but certainly projection this is projection season. And there's there's still plenty for you to do in terms of of working out and being examined. But how do you feel right now? What are you hearing? Great, you know out here. A lot of things I have little chance to go first around they go out there, or whatever the case may be, but you know, not paying his anything like that. Because at the end of the day, you know, the worst has to be put in I still have to fill case, you know, my ability to to beat a player to everybody thinks I am I still have to. So you know, NFL teams that have great care some great person. You know, I love football. And I'm not just playing football just to be playing. So, you know, there's a lot of things that you know, I have to work on these lakes past six weeks before the combined and to continue to be a better person than a player. Now, not not to Russia told him in two weeks since your last game. But what what are you doing right now? Because this isn't something you can just take vacation. I mean, you gotta get ready. What what are you doing right now to to get ready for the combine? You know, obviously we lost. You know, we got back took the the Sunday off the Monday off. And I went to work at Tuesday, you know, because there's no there's no time to waste. I can't be sitting around everybody else working hard and preparing themselves to you know, for the next chapter..

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"martin luther king" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I'm here with teddy I teddy high, and I'm here with Arthur high are high. Guess what? Are we going to talk about stay Martin Luther King junior? It the things that he did great. It why civil rights that are here today should should have been there. What Hughes alive? Okay. So who was Martin Luther King junior? He was just super smart boy, you skip to create a man who believe in peaceful, peaceful protests integrate leader of the civil rights movement. Okay. So teddy is looking at a book that he read called who was Martin Luther King junior from who HQ and who's it by by body baiter, okay in so Teddy's read this book, and he's gonna tell us a little bit about Martin Luther King junior. So when and where was Martin Luther King junior born on January fifth nineteen twenty died in the city of lead to Georgia. Okay. Arthur what were you gonna say black and white bow can now go to same school? Yeah. That's true. Do you go to the same school as little? Kitts? Yes. Yeah. I do. And are you able to use the same water fountain and sit at the same lunch table? Yes. And you think that's good? Yes. Kindle at school sits at at the lunch table that. I sit at are you friends? Yes, we're best friends. And does it matter that you look a little bit different? No does that change anything about who you are or what kind of people you can be. No because. You should always you should always judge people by their character. Not by the color of their skins in. What does it mean to judge people by their character? Of what their behavior is what they do. Not the color of the skin what was life like in the south in the US south. When Martin Luther King junior was a kid. It's here in this book. So. So here's a quote from the book. Martin Luther King junior was always very good student. He loved region make speeches he studied very hard. Skipped two grades at just fifteen years old graduated from high school that sober Martin works. Martin worked at Siddons Simsbury, Connecticut. It was barred first time with the north. He had a job in tobacco fields Hughes. Surprised to see how different life was for blacks in the north black children did white tilted went to the same schools. There is no separate restaurants. So as I said. Thousands. What it was like the door. Okay. So that's. So the question she asked about how was in the south. So I was reading that part of the book about the north. So just so you know, that the north of the south was the opposite of north so So to stop. stop me. Well, you south was opposite. As the north the because there's a lot of things that weren't there. Blacks could goes say breath rods. Drink the same waterfowl dudes, go to different schools. So what were the different schools like black and white coat in? What was the difference between those kinds of schools? What did the white schools have that the blood schoo- student have white? They had white playground. So what did the white schools have that the black schools didn't have playgrounds for the grounds in what else guests or even windows? Okay. So it sounds like they were separate or even how big and Samal. Yes. So the the schools for the black kids were smaller. Sometimes. Yes. And does that seem very fair to you guys? Go why not it is not Humaid ok p people should be treated that way..

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"martin luther king" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"It was a nice room with a kitchen, but the window faced away from king's room at the Lorraine claiming he didn't intend to cook. And didn't wanna pay for a kitchen Ray was then taken to room five b on the second floor. This one had a clear view of the neighboring motel but his race scoped out the window. He realized he wouldn't quite get a clear shot. He needed a better view. But he couldn't ask for another room without arousing suspicion. So Ray walk down the hallway to scope out the shared bathroom. It was small and dingy, but the window lined up perfectly with room three. Oh, six at the Lorraine Ray had found his spot. Inside room three. Oh, six Martin Luther King junior had a problem on his hands. The city government had issued a last-minute injunction against the planned March. King's aides asked what to do he responded, quote, we will March on Monday, we cannot give in now. And quote, it was April fourth nineteen sixty eight one year to the day since king spoke against the war in Vietnam. It had been a difficult year filled with hardship and bloodshed. The triumphs of the bus boycott seemed like a lifetime ago. King opened the door stood on the balcony and looked up. It was just before six in the evening. The storm clouds had finally passed seventy yards away. James Earl Ray was watching. He saw his opportunity and he took it. He sprinted to the bathroom bolting the door. Shut. He rested his rifle on the window peered through the. Scope there was a knock Ray froze. He didn't breathe after a moment. He heard footsteps receding down the hallway. He turned his gaze back to the crosshairs and aim them. Just over king's head. On the balcony of the Lorraine king look down into the parking lot. He spotted Jesse Jackson walking past with another man Jackson called up to king asking if he remembered the man he was with Ben branch, a local saxophonist king greeted branch, he paused a moment, then said, quote, make sure you play precious. Lord. Take my hand tonight. Play it real pretty and quote. And then he was shot. James Earl Ray had to escape he exited the bathroom in hurried down the hallway carrying only the rifle into suitcase confused tenants stuck.

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"martin luther king" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Now, he was facing a twenty year sentence in the state penitentiary just as Martin Luther King junior was beginning. His ascendancy James Earl Ray was stuck in a prison cell. The world would transform without him on less took matters into his own hands. On the morning of April. Twenty third Ray gathered his few belongings and made his way to the prison kitchen where several conspirators were waiting for him. These men helped raise squeeze into a four-foot breadbox, which was then loaded into a truck the truck made its way across the compound arriving at a tunnel checkpoint as the engine idled railay curled up listening waiting to be discovered, but the truck rolled on the guards didn't inspect the boxes. The first hurdle was cleared. Ray was out but not free yet. When the truck was miles away. Ray pop the lid and scurried out of the box. It was do or die. He leaped out of the bed tacking enrolling away. From the road. The truck kept going he had done it. He walked the rest of the day and into the night keeping off the main roads he looked up marvelling at a site. He had missed for seven years. Here's a sky bright with stars. He eventually arrived in Chicago suburb where he worked for six weeks at the Indian trail restaurant under the name Eric starve, oh Galt besides the false identity. He made an honest living. But soon for no definite reason, Ray decided to move again to Canada this set the pattern for res life on the run never staying in one place, very long, assuming new identities and forging the necessary documents to go with them he moved to Mexico, then New Orleans than California where he sought out a plastic surgeon to perform a rhino plastique for two hundred dollars cash when Ray returned to his cramped hotel room. He removes the bandage took his numb knows in his hands and pulled it in a completely different shape. One even the doctor wouldn't be able to identify by this point James Earl Ray barely existed. His identity. He was in constant motion. A spinning wheel of names vocations addresses, even his face had become a living mask in the run-up to the nineteen sixty eight presidential election. The country's identity was similarly up for grabs. White backlash to the civil rights. Movement was exemplified by George Wallace's third party campaign. A former Alabama governor walls made a name for himself as a strong opponent of desegregation from the start his campaign exploited white Americans, racial, anxiety and pushed a return to Jim crow laws while his message was deemed a fringe movement. But it found its fair share of devote as James Earl Ray among them. He volunteered at the campaigns Hollywood office and got into a brawl outside the integrated rabbit's foot club defending Wallace to the progressive patrons. It's not clear when or why Ray became folk. Focused on disrupting the civil rights movement, though, his family's criminal history. Didn't involve hate crimes. It's hardly a stretch to consider that the rural white lower class. Ray family may have harbored some racist sentiments or his views me have been affected by the controversy in violence that was being stirred up throughout the country and blamed on Martin Luther King junior. In July nineteen sixty-seven racial tensions finally boiled over in Newark, New Jersey Newark was the first city in America to have a majority of black residents. It also led the nation in rates of sub standard housing and took second place in crime. The people had had enough of the racism the kept their community in poverty. King watched helplessly as Newark's black citizens took a torch to the ghetto the national guard swept through the city, and the riots left twenty six people dead as he bore witness to horrendous violence as he felt his friends and followers begin to doubt him as he felt his powerful enemies closing in Martin Luther King junior's sank into despair..

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"martin luther king" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"The bureau distributed the tape among government agencies with one copy even making its way to the Oval Office. The second tactic was typewritten letter delivered to king's home. The note was anonymous and seemingly written in the voice of disgruntled black man in reality. It was written and sent by the F B I, and it was opened and read by king's wife Kereta, Scott King the letter amounted to little more than a threat it warned quote king. There is only one thing left for you to do. You know, what it is? You are done there is but one way out for you, you better take it before your filthy. Abnormal fraudulent self is bared to the nation. And quote this threat came directly from j Edgar Hoover's FBI attempting to blackmail, Dr king into taking his own life, the vitality and promise of. The early sixties was giving way to something darker, something deadlier and Martin Luther King's friends would soon be outnumbered by his enemies. In April, nineteen sixty seven Martin Luther King was weighing the most difficult speech of his career. He had decided to denounce the war in Vietnam. The conflict in southeast Asia had become a flash point for the generational divide of the late. Sixties antiwar sentiment was rampant in young activists in the official stance of the government. That victory was in reach seemed increasingly implausible by spring, nineteen sixty seven the death toll had surpassed ten thousand the political capital Lyndon Johnson spent passing the Civil Rights Act was sorely needed by then he had essentially staked his presidency on winning the war isolated and unpopular Johnson turn to an old ally for support. But Dr king could not give it in fact, he turned down to meetings with Johnson in the Oval Office. He knew what he would hear. Sit down and don't speak up even his closest colleagues were warning him against speaking on the Vietnam war. They argued their movement must be distinct from the antiwar movement that they were separate causes which required separate leaders. King wasn't convinced true. He was no expert in international politics, but the Americans being shipped overseas were disproportionately black how could he fight for equality at home? If black men were being used as cannon fodder on April fourth nineteen sixty seven at the riverside church in Manhattan king took the plunge. He said, quote, I knew that I could never again, raise my voice against the violence of the oppressed. In the ghettos without having first spoken clearly to the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today, my own government, and quote, the blowback was swift and fierce the New York Times, the Washington. Post life magazine and others. Ran long editorials chastising the Reverend stopping just short of calling him a traitor to his cause the attacks. Not only blindsided king, the emboldened his enemies, the civil rights movement was a large tant and not everyone inside agreed with Martin Luther King junior for the first time. There were whispers about a change in leadership on April twenty third nineteen sixty seven a few weeks after Dr king's controversial speech. There was a prison break at the Missouri state penitentiary it didn't make the nightly news the state offered a meager fifty dollar award for the escape inmate. The man in question didn't seem to matter to anyone. His name was James Earl Ray, he was thirty eight when he escaped this had not been his first stint behind bars, but it had been his longest the Ray family had a reputation as something of. A redneck crime dynasty, James father and uncle both serve time for robbery and they encourage the young men of the clan to follow them in the same direction. James Earl Ray was the first of nine children and from the start. He seemed to predispose to trouble. He was rarely at school, and when he did attend he had very few friends one teacher even described him as repulsive in the late forties. Ray joined the army and served two years in postwar, Germany, his military career was short and blighted by fighting thieving and drunkenness he spent three lonely months in the stockade before being dishonorably discharged for all his misbehavior Raygun at least one thing out of the army. He learned how to use a rifle over the next decade Ray was in and out of jail for petty crimes and dime store robberies in nineteen fifty nine. He stuck up a grocery store in Saint Louis and was quickly arrested. In the end, he only managed to steal one hundred twenty dollars..

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"martin luther king" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"And if you enjoy the podcast the best way to do that is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening today. We're talking about the assassination of Martin Luther King junior this week. We're bringing you the official account of king's life and death and the drawn out search for his killer next. Week will dive into the conspiracies surrounding James Earl Ray and investigate who else may have been involved in the civil rights icons death. Martin Luther King junior was born into a nation deeply divided along racial lines, though, slavery had been abolished over sixty years. Prior black citizens were far from being treated as equals, especially in the south. It was the Aira of Jim crow sweeping system of city and state laws that segregated blacks from whites the laws were designed not only to ensure these separate but equal doctrine confirmed by the supreme court. They went much further ensuring that black Americans would be treated as inferior in the eyes of the law in education colored schools were often underfunded and state colleges were strictly off limits in housing black people were prohibited from living in white neighborhoods. Bathrooms? Drinking founds in buses were clearly demarcated. And in politics, lack people were intimidated at the polls and virtually shut out of holding. Public office. And if the state wasn't ruthless enough in its tactics. There was no shortage of white terrorist. Keen to remind black people of their place a twenty fifteen report by the equal Justice initiative determined that well over two thousand black people were lynched in the south between eighteen eighty two and nineteen thirty. This was the country. Martin Luther King junior was born into on January fifteenth nineteen twenty nine the kings were middle class family in Atlanta, Georgia his father, Martin senior was the pastor of ebony or Baptist church. Martin seniors father had been a preacher as had. His father's father. The pulpit was in Martin juniors blood though, Martin's parents provided a safe comfortable home for their three children. There was no way to shield them from the reality of racism at a young age. Martin's mother Alberda sat him down to deliver. The talk a discussion about the challenge. Ios and injustices he would face living in America. It's a talk frequently had in black households to this day. He also experienced racial hatred firsthand when he was eight he accidentally stepped on a white woman shoe, she slapped him hard across the face and hurled a racial epithet. Adam in front of his mother, though, he witnessed and felt violence. Martin had none in him when he was bullied at school. He took it stoic and unflinching. He later said, quote, it was some part of my native structure that is that I have never been one to hit back in quote, if he was not in Martin's heart curiosity and love of reading took its place at the age of fifteen he entered Morehouse college as a freshman. It was there. He read civil disobedience by Henry, David throw, the ideas expressed in the book would have a profound impact on king's life as an activist and leader he said of throws work. Work, quote, I became convinced that noncooperation with evil is as much a moral obligation. As is cooperation with good in quote, if the row launched king's philosophy of non violent protests, Mahatma Gandhi, crystallized it in nineteen fifty while studying at crows earth, theological seminary king attended a lecture about the Indian leader and his methods such as the salt March twenty six day March that kick started the Indian independence movement. King began to see a path forward for the black struggle in America. However at that time he had neither designs nor ambitions to need the movement for equality on the contrary. Martin Luther King junior spent the early fifties. Earning his doctorate marrying his wife Kereta and settling down in Montgomery, Alabama to raise for children. His would be a quiet religious life following in his father's footsteps that is an. Until one evening in December nineteen fifty five when a tired seamstress sitting alone on a bus seat change. The course of history. Rosa Parks was booked in a Montgomery jail for refusing to give up her bussey to a white man for one request. Besides a phone..

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"martin luther king" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"martin luther king" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Cake Martin Luther King. No, more cooking. One more time in four tomorrow. Sunshine, sixty degrees. Martin Luther King. Can you? Lacaille Martin Luther King, even if he said, well, I would never say never say Coon James of never said TI the decided that's never been slip up. I guess what? They're trying to say. Is that Martin Lou Lou? And if you're talking with the king, the king king. That's a conversation. You might have had to create. He said that before that came out to natural feeds resonant white guy. Steve Steve Martin Luther King on air. Steve that real fast. Go Martin Luther King. Have you ever been a monkey? Have you ever been amongst your circle and heard people make that joke like Martin Luther Coon union, actually. No that's more like sixty saying. Okay. Got you the same exact thing happened to Mike Greensburg from ESPN the same exact same. Exact maybe the neighbors. Best friends. Speaking to the phone a lot. I don't know. But Martin Luther King. Horrible that. He would he said I would never say anything like that. I was talking too fast and slurring my words, and he said, I'm very sorry that my number this morning gave so many people the wrong impression. Baby, though, because you know, Martin Luther King junior day is right around the corner. Yes. And now that he's put that into the atmosphere. You're gonna see a lot of that on that toxic. Please call it social media. So don't don't fall for the bait and be going back and forth with trolls. Because you know, that's what they're gonna do. Not goodness. All right. Well, that's.

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