Black People : The MLK that's never quoted

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    In the Spirit of Sankofa,

    .......True dat sister noor100, getting ready to attention an MLK function now, thanks for the reminder...:)

    Peace In,

     
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    Dexter King Memoir:
    Growing Up King
    IT'S not that easy being a King. The mantle of Kingship weighs heavily on the shoulders of Black America's first family and its chosen spokesman, 42-year-old Dexter Scott King, feels that pressure intensely as he tries to preserve his father's "Dream" and pursue his own.
    In his new book, Growing Up King: An Intimate Memoir, written with Ralph Wiley, he candidly confronts his critics and poignantly examines the effect his father's assassination had on his childhood, adolescence and early adulthood. He also discusses other family tragedies including the murder of his grandmother and the deaths of his uncle and grandfather. It was not an easy journey home.
    Writing the book was difficult, he says, but, in the end, therapeutic. "I think the first half of the book is very emotional," he says. "It took me through a lot of ups and downs emotionally, while the second half gets more complicated technically."
    King's book recounts in some detail the events of the night of April 4, 1968, in the King household and how he and his brother and sisters were told by the Rev. Andrew Young that their father had been killed. "I said to Uncle Andy, `That man who shot my father with a gun must not have known him, because everybody knew he was a good man,'" he wrote in the book. For years after the funeral, he was haunted, he says, by dreams of riding his bike through Atlanta's streets with his father. After the assassination, he says, he never rode his bike again.

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    MLK because America never left the Middle Ages and Enlightenment Era. Most of the paintings of the 1450s - 1600s was occultic corruption of white girls. You know the stories, the white knight saving the damsel in distress from the evil fire breathing dragon. then slavery came and the civil war ended, they changed the dragon into the ex slave (black man). thats why the KKK or knights keep coming to save the white female from distress from the "monstrous" black man. even though, she is not harmed. plus a lot of that was very early hollywood and the minstral shows showing blacks as mindless empty carcuses.
     
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    What do this have to do with this thread which was in honor of Dr.MLK Jr.?

    Say what you really mean[if you mean anything] or say nothing at all.
     
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    In the Spirit of Sankofa,




    .......Its hard to ignore these kinds of comments noor100, it really is; but try sister before you say something regrettable(a standard lower than your apex)...I would not suggest something not accomplished, okay; its doable.


    Peace In,
     
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