Martin Luther King Jr.

“I’ve decided to stick with love; hate’s too heavy a burden to bear” — Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I was reminded of Martin Luther Kings’s spiritual influence by Ghandhi in Elev8’s recent post 4 Things You May Not Know about Martin Luther King Jr. Gandhi received the spiritual principles of non-violence from his Indian […]

This Sunday, after my pastor’s heartfelt sermon, he lead the congregation as we joined hands and sang “We Shall Overcome.”  As we sang and harmonized this anthem, I surveyed the sanctuary and observed everyone spiritually connected with this song.  I’m so glad he initiated this lovely song. 

Nichelle Nichols made television history as the first African-American woman to play a role in a series in “Star Trek” as Lt. Uhura. She reprised her role in “Star Trek: The Animated Series” and the first six Star Trek movies. It was a moment that couldn’t have been scripted any better. Actress Nichelle Nichols, who […]

Bernice King dropped by our sister station Praise 102.5 last night and spoke to Rhodell Lewis about the controversy surrounding the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the civil rights organization founded by her father, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Broadway’s spring hasn’t started yet but new shows are already being announced for next season, including an acclaimed drama from London about Martin Luther King Jr. that received a 2010 Olivier best new play nomination.“