MLK

  Originally published on January 14th, 2014 Bernice Jenkins has Church Announcements for women who have babies that look like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the face. Listen to the audio player to hear instructions on what they should do on Sunday! Get the latest announcements from Bernice here and don’t forget to listen LIVE weekdays from 6-10am EST to “The […]

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was initiated into Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc on June 22, 1952 while studying at Boston University. The Fraternity was…

We are celebrating the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. today, so Bernice Jenkins wanted to find out what they were doing up in heaven. Listen to the audio player to hear Bernice Jenkins talk to James Brown, Michael Jackson, Nelson Mandela, and even Martin Luther King, Jr. himself to find out what kind of celebration they […]

Originally published on January 16th, 2014 In today’s 3 Things You Should Know Jeff Johnson reminds us that Monday is the official celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Listen to the audio player to get three ways to celebrate his life and make it a day of service. Click here for more 3 Things You Should Know […]

Ava DuVernay’s upcoming “Selma” just got some major star wattage.  Oprah Winfrey has signed on as a producer alongside Brad Pitt and Christian Colson. READ:…

Originally published on August 29th, 2013 President Barack Obama had a powerful conversation with Yolanda Adams at the White House, and explained what single women need…

Bernice Jenkins has made her weekly call to heaven, and this time she talked to the late, great Dr. MLK about the upcoming Presidential election. Listen to what he had to say about President Barack Obama! And tune in to “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” weekdays from 6-10 am EST to hear more from Bernice […]

While King used direct action to promulgate change, Obama used change as a campaign slogan. Worse yet, on so many critical issues — fair housing, war, and civil liberties — the Obama administration was the antithesis of change. Obama hasn’t earned King’s endorsement. Let me tell you why. Fair Housing In 1966 the Southern Christian […]

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his dream represent a multitude of values and principles to those who remember him. He was a peaceful uniter who stood up for the rights and liberties of African-Americans. And whether you focus on Dr. King’s message of non-violence or his efforts to bring social change, his legacy represents something […]