Alveda King Message: We Are One Human Race
Below is a short message from evangelist Alveda King. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Someone texted me a social media clip from Joel Patrick recently.
The hashtags caught my attention with a message I learned at my ancestors’ knees. The skin color war is at the root of human dissension and division; causing escalating wars, pain, and death. Racism, Sexual Perversion, and Reproductive Genocide work together to destroy our lives. Resist them in prayer and positively defined action. It will always be a grievous error to overlook and or deliberately exclude the participation of a people group because of skin color bias.
We’re not color blind; we’re not designed or intended for racial division; we’re praying to unite in love and in living color. Together, as the human race, with the help of God, we can overcome the darkness. Read this message of hope from Alveda King!.
Alveda King: If my Uncle MLK we�re alive today he would pray for & w/ Pres. Trump
Sacrifices have to be made but Love is the main ingredient. Slavery was abolished because it was understood and realized, by the majority, that it was wrong and love prevailed from that situation. Things are realized and understood but hate does not come to that realization I can promise u. Violence and progress have gone hand in hand throughout the course of human history. It’s not a matter of what I think is the answer, this relationship simply just IS regardless of how anyone feels about it.
Violence can be committed in the name of a righteous cause, such as shooting a suicide bomber before they detonate and k!ll dozens of people. Such violence is ingrained in the history of mankind. You can a.ssert that love is the reason segregation ended all you want but color me unconvinced. Slavery was abolished because it was proven to be UNPROFITABLE for the North, not because of love.
Martin Luther King’s Niece Voted for Trump
Alveda C. King, niece of civil rights hero Martin Luther King Jr., said she voted for Donald Trump in a statement to American Thinker. American Thinker asked King, a pro-life activist, if she thought Trump would take pro-life actions as president. King mentioned Rep. John Lewis in her statement due to the public feud between Trump and Lewis over the weekend.
Lewis told Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that he did not think Trump was a legitimate president. Congressman John Lewis should spend more time on fixing and helping his district, which is in horrible shape and falling apart January 14, 2017. Mention crime infested) rather than falsely complaining about the election results. King is the director of several pro-life organizations, including Civil Rights for the Unborn and Gospel of Life Ministries. She leads African-American outreach for Priests for Life.
Alveda King: Abortion Is a Civil Rights Issue
Dr. Alveda King has taken up the civil rights mantle of her uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. But her driving issue is abortion, and she has a vehemently pro-life stance. Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the first recipients of Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger award in 1966. His wife Coretta gave the acceptance speech, although Alveda King said that she did not write it. None of the letters mention abortion, which provides fodder for both left and right wing speculators. King’s controversial stance on abortion puts her at odds with many followers of Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr., and it’s far from certain that his extended family shares her views. The King family has been fighting with one another over other issues, including the slain civil rights leader’s Nobel Prize and one of his personal bibles.
Alveda King: Her Life and Accomplishments
Her mother wanted an abortion so she could continue school but her grandfather was able to talk her out of it. Her father, AD King was the younger brother of MLK and an activist in his own right. When Alveda was still a young girl, her home was firebombed. From 1979 to 1983, MS King served in the Georgia House as a Democrat. She was up for reelection and black power brokers tried to get her to drop out in favor of a black man.
They ended up splitting the black vote and she never tried her hand at politics again. She began identifying as a Republican. In 2012 and 2016, King was active in presidential politics. In 2012, she endorsed Herman Cain, whom she defended against charges of womanizing. In 2016, she was an ardent supporter of Donald Trump.
Alveda King has been a crusader for the pro life movement throughout her ministry. She later blogged that MLK was politically independent.
STICK IT TO HER! Alveda King Accuses Warren Of Playing ‘Race Card’ [VIDEO]
Alveda comes from one of the most influential families. It’s good to see her watching out for her family’s legacy and not letting people twist words. Her family did not want to divide, but create peace. Warren spent a significant portion of her 50-minute speech from the Senate floor reading from a letter Dr. King’s late widow, Coretta Scott King, wrote in opposition to the appointment of Sessions to be a federal district court judge in 1986.
The letter sent to the Senate Judiciary Committee charged Sessions, then a U.S. attorney serving in Alabama, with being too zealous in his prosecution of a voter fraud case, which involved a drive to get more African-Americans to vote by absentee ballot. In the letter, King stated that some of those involved in the effort had fought alongside her husband during the civil rights movement in the 1960s.