Who would be King?
A Message From The PublisherBy Bobby R. Henry, Sr.As we approach the celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday of January 15, 1929, honored as Martin Luther King Jr. Day (officially and sometimes referred to as MLK Day), it is a federal holiday marking the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. Nothing more, nothing to the attachment of what the cognitive association to the subjective of King vs peasant is. Whose work can buttress, alongside of, or surpass that of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his dream? Who in our next generation of young leaders, who have taken the charge, will dare to walk in the footsteps or blaze a trail that catapults us into what is real in relation to the Dream of Dr. King? Yes, we can over you can do it.”Conceivably our next King could be you.thewestsidegazette.com
Brace yourself South Florida; ‘Wheels Up, Guns Down’ road mayhem is coming, and officers are ready
Monday won’t be all picnics and parades. While many workers across the region have a day off for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, law enforcement officers will be out in full force. For reasons that still are not that clear, on MLK Day, South Florida roads, even the interstate, morph into a into giant free-for-all. It’s a daredevil’s playground with hundreds of people on dirt bikes and ...news.yahoo.com
Judge denies ‘stand your ground’ defense for gunman in racist tirade on MLK Day 2019 in Brickell
Videos show Mark Bartlett wielded a loaded gun while yelling racial slurs to Black protesters — some of whom were as young as 11 years old — while they were blocking Brickell Avenue on Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2019 in Miami.