Alveda News for 07-23-2018

Abortion and Civil Rights, Dr. Alveda King

Saynsumthn’s Blog

By any measure, the response to Maafa 21 has been astonishing. With the launch of Maafa 21, that is changing and even though we are just getting started the message is spreading like wildfire. The internet and YouTube are buzzing with Maafa 21; one conservative radio talk show purchased 750 copies for his audience and it has been shown twice in the Capitol Visitor Center Theater in Washington. Another example of the power of Maafa 21 was seen when Rev. Clenard Childress assembled a team of black street activists who gave out 400 copies of Maafa 21 to credentialed members of the NAACP at their recent four-day national convention. 

Clenard also found strong support among the younger convention goers and one professor at a historically black college said he was going to make Maafa 21 part of his curriculum. Clenard told me that whenever his team repeated that quote to the convention participants, even those who were the most skeptical about Maafa 21 were suddenly quite interested. We are especially excited about how Maafa 21 is opening doors for us into areas where the pro-life message has seldom been heard and often unwelcomed. Already, he has personally bought over 100 copies of Maafa 21 and has helped us secure someone to distribute the film in England. To put it mildly, Keidi and his people are on fire for Maafa 21. 

Another thing we are finding is that Maafa 21 is not simply impacting the African-American community. As enormous as those stories were, I can honestly tell you that I have never seen anything have the impact of Maafa 21. By the way, if you haven’t seen Maafa 21 yet, check out the two-minute trailer for it at 

Keywords: [“Maafa”,”Black”,”African-American”]

Evangelist Alveda King: Let Freedom Ring for Everyone – TruthPR

While Independence Day, July 4th., is usually celebrated with bar-b-que cookouts, family gatherings, those kinds of things, there is much beyond the celebratory efforts that demand our prayers. We must give credence to the importance of justice and independence across the spectrum. Coming up on August 28., I Have a Dream Day will mark the anniversary of the famous speech MLK gave in 1963 where he noted that there was a check marked ‘Insufficient Funds’; and that life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness have not been achieved for all of God’s children. Here in America we are blessed to have a president who believes in the sanctity of life, from the womb to the tomb. There’s a lot of work going forth out of Washington and around America to end the war in the womb and the human trafficking in this nation and around the world. 

At Priests for Life, Fr. Frank Pavone often talks about electing public officials who can ‘tell the difference between serving the public and killing the public. On Independence Day there’s so much that we have to be thankful for; like family, home, hearth, and good friends. Someone blessed me with a flag while I was on the road. As we see in the selfie, it’s a lovely flag. 

Let’s pray for President Trump as he appoints a new Supreme Court Justice who will further the blessings of life, liberty, and the pursuit happiness. During the holidays, I reflect on the many lessons learned from my elders, Guardians of the King Family Legacy. These are memories, hopes and dreams that we celebrate this season. Let’s pray for liberty and justice for everyone; enjoy a safe and blessed Independence Day! 

Keywords: [“Day”,”blessed”,”Independence”]

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The Sube Sube no Mi makes Alvida very slippery and, aside from the cowboy hat she wears, Alvida looks totally different from her original form, being slim, well-endowed, with dark-green eyes, while maintaining her original hair. Alvida at first traveled with Buggy, though only because they have a common person they wish to find. After Buggy became a Shichibukai, Alvida became a member of his Pirate Dispatch Organization. Alvida abandoned her crew and went off in search of Luffy. After Buggy mistook a cave for the place where Captain John buried his treasure, only to find some diggers working in it, Alvida complained about the noise the crew made as they partied onboard Big Top, and that they do not know where Luffy is. 

Buggy explained his worry about messing with a member of the Whitebeard Pirates, and Alvida was impressed by his knowledge of Whitebeard. After buying an Eternal Pose, the Buggy and Alvida Alliance sailed to the Calm Belt near Impel Down, where a Marine spotted ship but did not recognize the Jolly Roger so Vice Admiral Momonga decided to ignore the ship due to their tight schedule. The Buggy Pirates balked at the sight of a Sea King and the Calm Belt and begged for Alvida to help them rescue Buggy. On an island in the Grand Line, the Buggy and Alvida Alliance reunited with Buggy. Buggy then showed Alvida the recently acquired treasure mark of Captain John, which left Alvida stunned and wondering how he got it. 

After Buggy became a member of the Shichibukai, Alvida is currently allied with Buggy’s Pirate Dispatch Company. 60 Chapter 593 and Episode 512, Alvida is reunited with Buggy and he shows her the treasure mark of Captain John. 

Keywords: [“Alvida”,”Buggy”,”Luffy”]

Alveda News for 07-22-2018

Alveda King Opens Up About Her Own Abortion Experience

Alveda King

In late December, in an interview with the Vatican Internet daily Petrus, a famous Italian pop musician disclosed that he was a devout believer and thoroughly opposed to abortion, since as a Catholic he is convinced that life begins from the moment of conception. While it’s a bit premature to assess whether his words will be matched by a concrete commitment to the pro-life cause, the case of the American Dr. Alveda King is different: she has been a pro-life activist for many years now. She is the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

and the daughter of slain civil rights activist Rev. A. D. King and his wife Naomi Barber King. In early 2007, she joined Father Frank Pavone for the annual national March for Life in Washington on January 22nd, 2007. 

Father Pavone, the national director of Priests for Life, a Catholic association operating within the structure of the Catholic Church, announced then that Dr. King had become a member of his organization’s full-time staff. She then marched side-by-side with Father Pavone, who asked her whether the annual national march in Washington somehow was reminiscent of those promoted by her uncle for civil rights. It’s always painful for her to recall her life in the early 1970s, when she suffered one involuntary and one voluntary abortion. Her involuntary abortion was performed just prior to Roe v. 

Wade by her private physician without her consent. Soon after the Roe v. Wade decision, she became pregnant again. There was adverse pressure and threat of violence from the baby’s father. Her mother and grandparents were very sad to know about the loss of the baby. 

The aborted child’s father also regretted the abortion. 

Keywords: [“right”,”live”,”life”]

Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King, on 2016 election

I have concluded that this lesser of two evils phrase is really a canard; a false picture of the electoral choice. Yes, we should never ever vote for evil; only for good. In a binary election, we should only vote for the good. As for both candidates’ appearing to be evil, remember that all of us are a mix of good and evil. Let’s overlook personal personality preferences; vote for the candidate with the greater potential to deliver on the issues most closely aligned with our faith and what is good for America. 

We’re trusting God’s wisdom instead of a human candidate. For me, it’s sanctity of human life, procreation, racial justice, economic growth and stability, a positive work ethic, good health, safe borders, domestic harmony, good jobs, sustainable values based education, family stability, and a God guided U. S. Supreme Court; all biblical. Walls aren’t evil; it’s the intent that’s important. 

If the walls protect the citizens and yet have gates of legal entry to those in need, or desirous of becoming U. S. citizens, such walls aren’t evil. O Lord, listen and act! For your own sake, do not delay, O my God, for your people and your city bear your name. 

Alveda currently serves as a Pastoral Associate and Director of Civil Rights for the Unborn, the African-American Outreach for Priests for Life and Gospel of Life Ministries. The daughter of the late civil rights activist Rev. A.D. King and his wife Naomi Barber King, Alveda grew up in the civil rights movement led by her uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Her family home in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed, as was her father’s church office in Louisville, Kentucky. 

Keywords: [“evil”,”vote”,”good”]

Last night, Senator Elizabeth Warren attempted to filibuster Jeff Sessions’s nomination by trashing him, something that is simply not allowed, by law, on the Senate floor. The comments Alveda King referred to were quotes from a letter that had been written by Coretta Scott King. Warren was clearly using the King name to invoke an emotional response, but oddly enough, the entire living King family has been in Trump’s corner from day one. While Coretta King was obviously entitled to her opinion during Sessions’s AG hearings in Alabama, Alveda believes the elder King’s opinion would have changed over time with Sessions’s accomplishments as the attorney general of Alabama. Now, that is not exactly the stuff of a racist, which Dems like Warren are clearly trying to portray Sessions as. 

Warren and her far left friends have clearly drawn a line in the sand and are willing to fight Trump tooth and nail on every little thing regardless of the facts. Instead of saving their fight for a real battle on something they truly believe in, they just want to create a mess of our government. If they really believed all these appointees were horrible, they would give Trump everyone he wants and let him hang himself, but that is not happening. What is happening is due to their petulant behavior, they are driving more and more middle of the road voters into Trump’s camp. The reason for this is because they are terrified Trump will do everything he said he is going to do, including draining the swamp, which is going to put them all out of work within four years. 

That being said, citizens are left to accept Warren’s interpretation of the word of a King, or Americans can actually listen to a King who is alive and well. 

Keywords: [“King”,”Warren”,”Alveda”]

Alveda News for 07-21-2018

The Faith & Family Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

A. D. King

King was a Baptist minister and a civil rights activist. Less interested in academics than his siblings, King started a family of his own while still a teenager and attended college later in his life. Although as a youth King had strongly resisted his father’s ministerial urgings, he eventually began assisting his father at Ebenezer Baptist Church. King was arrested along with his brother Martin and 70 others while participating in an October 1960 lunch-counter sit-in in Atlanta. In 1963, King became a leader of the Birmingham campaign, while pastoring at First Baptist Church of Ensley in Birmingham, Alabama. 

Unlike his brother, King remained mostly outside the media’s spotlight. King often traveled with his brother and was with him in Memphis on April 4, 1968, when his brother was shot dead. King was in the room directly beneath Martin’s at the Lorraine Hotel when the gun blast went off, and when he saw his brother lying mortally wounded, he had to be restrained by others due to the shock and overwhelming emotion he was experiencing. In 1965, King moved to Louisville, Kentucky, where he became pastor at Zion Baptist Church. While there, King continued to fight for civil rights and was successful in a 1968 campaign for an open housing ordinance. 

After his brother’s assassination in April 1968, there was speculation that King might become the president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. King made no effort to assume his deceased brother’s role, although he did continue to be active in the Poor People’s Campaign and in other work on behalf of SCLC. After Martin’s death, King returned to Ebenezer Baptist Church, where, in September 1968, he was installed as co-pastor. On July 21, 1969, nine days before his 39th birthday, King was found dead in the swimming pool at his home. 

Keywords: [“King”,”brother”,”Martin”]

The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change

SIX PRINCIPLES OF NONVIOLENCE. Fundamental tenets of Dr. King’s philosophy of nonviolence described in his first book, Stride Toward Freedom. The purpose of nonviolence is the creation of the Beloved Community. SIX STEPS OF NONVIOLENT SOCIAL CHANGE. 

The Six Steps for Nonviolent Social Change are based on Dr. King’s nonviolent campaigns and teachings that emphasize love in action. Dr. King’s philosophy of nonviolence, as reviewed in the Six Principles of Nonviolence, guide these steps for social and interpersonal change. Rather, The Beloved Community was for him a realistic, achievable goal that could be attained by a critical mass of people committed to and trained in the philosophy and methods of nonviolence. 

Dr. King’s Beloved Community is a global vision, in which all people can share in the wealth of the earth. Dr. King’s Beloved Community was not devoid of interpersonal, group or international conflict. As early as 1956, Dr. 

King spoke of The Beloved Community as the end goal of nonviolent boycotts. Only through nonviolence can this goal be attained, for the aftermath of nonviolence is reconciliation and the creation of the Beloved Community. The core value of the quest for Dr. King’s Beloved Community was agape love. In keeping with Dr. 

King’s teachings, The King Center embraces the conviction that the Beloved Community can be achieved through an unshakable commitment to nonviolence. We urge you to study Dr. King’s six principles and six steps of nonviolence, and make them a way life in your personal relationships, as well as a method for resolving social, economic and political conflicts, reconciling adversaries and advancing social change in your community, nation and world. 

Keywords: [“Nonviolence”,”Community”,”Beloved”]

Movie Reviews for Christians

KING RULES is a captivating read providing a Christian insight into the Martin Luther King family and legacy. Written by Dr. Alveda King, the guardian of the King family legacy and a good friend of MOVIEGUIDE®, KING RULES is the type of book that one hopes millions of people will read to get America back on track. Alveda’s book gives the common sense, biblical principles that guided several generations of the King family so that they made a lasting and positive influence on American culture. Written by Dr. 

Alveda King, the guardian of the King family legacy and a good friend of MOVIEGUIDE®, KING RULES is an entertaining, captivating read providing a Christian insight into the Martin Luther King family and legacy. There have been many movies, documentaries and books about Dr. Martin Luther King from all points of view. Alveda King’s book gives the principles that guided several generations of the King family so that they made a lasting and positive influence on American culture. The book is very focused on the fact that each member of the King family was called by God to preach and/or teach. 

KING RULES is a pleasure to read. Alveda reveals some of her own struggles, which provide some heart-rending moments. KING RULES is an entertaining, captivating read providing a Christian insight into the Martin Luther King family and legacy. Written by Dr. Alveda King, the guardian of the King family legacy and a good friend of MOVIEGUIDE®, the book gives the principles that guided several generations of the King family. 

The advice in KING RULES isn’t politically correct; rather, it is spiritually true. KING RULES is a pleasure to read. It’s the type of book one hopes millions of people will read.. 

Keywords: [“KING”,”family”,”Alveda”]

Alveda News for 07-20-2018

KING RULES book trailer by Dr. Alveda King

A. D. King

King was the youngest of three children born to Martin Luther King, Sr and his wife Alberta Williams King in Atlanta. In his youth his rough reputation and disinterest in school contrasted with his older brother, Martin Luther King, Jr. He married Naomi Barber on June 17, 1950 at the age of 17 and started a family which eventually produced five children. Though he initially was uninterested in ministerial work, King began assisting his father at Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church in the 1950s and began attending Morehouse College. When he graduated in 1959 he accepted the call to pastor Mount Vernon Baptist Church in Newnan, Georgia. 

Shortly after being arrested at a mass sit-in at Atlanta lunch-counters, King moved to Birmingham to become pastor of First Baptist of Ensley. King became involved in the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights which was founded by fellow pastor Fred Shuttlesworth and was instrumental in helping plan and organize the Birmingham campaign led by the ACMHR and Martin Luther King’s Southern Christian Leadership Conference. During the campaign King joined Reverends John Thomas Porter and Nelson H. Smith on the Palm Sunday march to Birmingham City Hall and was arrested and jailed for parading without a permit. At 10:45 that night King’s home was bombed by Ku Klux Klan members. 

That event and another bombing a few hours later at the A. G. Gaston Motel touched off several hours of rioting, despite pleas from Reverend King and other ministers who urged peace and faith. Another riot followed the bombing of Arthur Shores’ home in August of that year. He continued to work for civil rights and led a campaign for an open-housing ordinance which passed in 1968. 

King left Louisville to return to Ebenezer Baptist in Atlanta and became a co-pastor in September 1968. 

Keywords: [“King”,”Baptist”,”Birmingham”]

Stacey Dash’s Cast & Crew QUIT ‘Secret’ Pro-Life ‘Roe vs. Wade’ Movie, MLK’s Niece Alveda King Was A Part Too

Deets inside…. Stacey Dash was gearing up to star in a new movie with a pro-life spin about the landmark ROE vs. WADE decision. Y’alls fave cooky conservative cookie is set to star in the film as Mildred Jefferson, the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School and a huge activist in the pro-life movement. The film is set after the Supreme Court ruling in 1973 that made privacy in health, which allowed for states to make abortions legal, a constitutional right in the U.S. 

Apparently, once cast and crew got the REAL deal about what the film is really about, folks started jumping ship. One month into production, director Nick Loeb tells The Hollywood Reporter that he’s having issues making the film because he’s losing actors, and filming locations. Nick Loeb has been secretly shooting the film under a fake title. He has refused to name all of the actors involved and apparently hasn’t told the cast and crew the full story about the project’s conservative angle. Cuz when stacey dash gets top billing you know the movie’s not gonna win any acting awards. 

Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Trump supporter, argues in the film that the entire ROE v. WADE case was built on a lie. She’s an executive producer of the film and she also narrates. 

It’s interesting to note, the tagline of the movie, which claims abortion is the leading cause of death amongst African-Americans, is a flat out lie. ROE V WADE the movie is the real untold story of how people lied; how the media lied; and how the courts were manipulated to pass a law that has since killed over 60 million Americans. Many documentaries have been made, but no one has had the courage to make an actual feature film, a theatrical movie about the true story. 

Keywords: [“film”,”movie”,”Stacey”]

Faith That Inspires Action

The 21st century homosexual lobby likes to point to the professional relationship between my uncle Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Bayard Rustin, his openly homosexual staffer who left the movement at the height of the campaign. Rustin attempted to convince Uncle M. L. 

that homosexual rights were equal with civil rights. Uncle M. L. did not agree, and would not attach the homosexual agenda to the 20th century civil rights struggles. As to the relationship between Mrs. 

Coretta Scott King and the homosexual lobby, Mrs. King was a very compassionate woman. Following in their footsteps, my Daddy A. D. King and Uncle M. 

L. King founded the 20th century Civil Rights Movement in the Name of Jesus. As was previously stated, Uncle M. L. belongs to a long line of preachers, and during his early years, he depended on the faith of his fathers. 

At around midnight on Jan. 27, 1956, at the height of the bus boycott in Montgomery, Ala. Uncle M. L. was discouraged by death threats, exhaustion, and the heavy burdens of organizing the community. Uncle M. 

L. had a love for all humanity, that one race of people created by God. Agape love is not easily attained, but Uncle M. L., my Daddy A. D., Daddy King, our whole family legacy has always embraced Agape. 

The Bible teaches us to walk in love, even as my Uncle M. L. was taught. Uncle M. L. 

showed the compassion and love of Jesus in his letter to this youth. Dr. Alveda King is the founder of King for America and the Pastoral Associate for Priests for Life and Director of African American Outreach. 

Keywords: [“uncle”,”King”,”compassion”]

Alveda News for 07-19-2018

VVS 2017: Alveda King

Alveda King: I Believe Donald Trump Will be a Pro-Life President, “He Will Make Decisions for Life”

For decades Dr. Alveda King has traversed a wide chasm between those with divergent views, specifically on the moral and social concerns of abortion and racism. Director of Civil Rights for the Unborn, an initiative of Priests for Life serving minority communities in particular, Dr. Alveda King shares in an interview why she supports the incoming Trump Administration-and how the church must continue to be a voice for life in our culture. Bound4LIFE: Dr. 

King, during election season, you and the Priests for Life team were early to join the pro-life coalition that formed around Donald Trump. Alveda King: I respond to criticism, as much as I can, with love and not defense. Alveda King: My hopes are never going to be in the administration of humans. I do believe, as Mr. Trump is held accountable to his pro-life commitments, he will make decisions for life, for liberty and the pursuit of happiness. 

Alveda King: Our country has been divided into classes, categories and ethnic groups for far too long; we see all of that in 2016. Alveda King: I believe that the true leaders of America are found in places that we forget to look-in our churches, our communities, certainly some in the political arena as well. I’m listening for the voice of God through the servant leaders of America, and I believe that voice will grow louder. God is on the move! I believe anybody can be a leader if they follow His voice. 

Alveda King: There’s a beautiful scripture in First Timothy chapter two which says essentially, Pray for those who are in authority, for our leaders, that we can have a peaceful life. In lifting up our community and church leaders, I pray God will be the one we look to and depend on in the days ahead. Dr. Alveda King recently authored the book King Rules: Ten Truths for You, Your Family and Our Nation to Prosper, available online. 

Keywords: [“King”,”lead”,”Alveda”]

Yerba Buena Gardens

Yerba Buena Gardens is the name for two blocks of public parks located between Third and Fourth, Mission and Folsom Streets in downtown San Francisco, California. The first block bordered by Mission and Howard Streets was opened on October 11, 1993. The second block, between Howard and Folsom Streets, was opened in 1998, with a dedication to Martin Luther King, Jr. by Mayor Willie Brown. A pedestrian bridge over Howard Street connects the two blocks, sitting on top of part of the Moscone Center convention center. 

The Yerba Buena Gardens are owned by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and were planned and built as the final centerpiece of the Yerba Buena Redevelopment Area which includes the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Yerba Buena was the name of the town in the Mexican territory of Alta California that became the city of San Francisco, California, after it was claimed by the United States in 1846. The original block opened in 1993 contains several public art installations. Located in the Gardens proper are the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, a contemporary arts center in the North block, and the Children’s Creativity Museum, a children’s media and technology museum in the South block. Eateries within the gardens include the B Restaurant and Grill and the Samovar Tea Lounge on the North block’s terrace, Mo’s Grill on the South block’s upper walkway, and a snack shop by the carousel. 

The Mexican Museum is planned to be built across Mission Street as part the 53-story Yerba Buena tower, which will consist mostly of luxury condominiums. Located within two blocks of Yerba Buena Gardens are many hotels, museums, and retail centers. Retail in the area include the Metreon bordering the North block, and the Westfield San Francisco Centre one block away in the old Emporium building, featuring San Francisco’s first Bloomingdale’s. 

Keywords: [“block”,”Yerba”,”Buena”]

Analysis: As Trump ranted and rambled in Phoenix, his crowd slowly thinned – The Denver Post

PHOENIX – Just before President Donald Trump strolled onto the rally stage on Tuesday evening, four speakers took turns carefully denouncing hate, calling for unity and ever so subtly assuring the audience that the president is not racist. Although Trump has long been the master of reading the mood of a room and quickly adjusting his message to satisfy as many of his fans as possible, his rage seemed to cloud his senses. Early in his speech, when Trump still had the attention of his followers, he recited his definition of what it means to be a Trump supporter. Minutes later, Trump transitioned to a topic that he would return to again and again. Later in the evening, Trump would repeatedly use the same word to describe the protesters who showed up to his campaign rallies. 

Trump reached into his suit pocket and removed a different set of talking points. After reading each snippet, Trump would detail why that response was not good enough for the media. At one point, Trump was interrupted by two protesters, who were quickly led out of the arena by security, giving Trump’s supporters something to videotape and share on Facebook or Snapchat. The crowd burst into wild cheers, thinking that Trump was about to pardon Arpaio – something the press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders had said just hours earlier would not happen that day. Trump listed what he sees as accomplishments during his first seven months, including nominating a new Supreme Court justice and 31 federal judges. 

Trump noted that West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice switched back to being a Republican after a brief stint as a Democrat, which somehow segued into his thoughts on the removal of Confederate statues from many cities. Trump finally got back to promising to pass tax reform, along with a major infrastructure package, and called for Congress to help him with both. 

Keywords: [“Trump”,”people”,”President”]

Alveda News for 07-18-2018

Dr. Alveda C. King On The Abortion Doctor

Martin Luther King Jr.’s Surprising Family Legacy: Acting From Principle on Abortion

She has no other claim to fame, and seeks none, but she has taken her uncle’s principles to heart to move in a new direction. Political debate in this or any other free country is governed to a considerable extent by a combination of principle and personality. There is no inherent incompatibility between the two general types of political activity, but there are individuals who steadfastly refuse to acknowledge the force of principle and no less resent those who do. For her, the same principle of equal rights that condemns all acts of unjust discrimination against persons because of their race also implicates abortion. Just as she in her youth she joined her justly famous uncle and her lesser-known father, Rev. 

A.D. King in protesting racial injustice, now she sees as the most pressing issue the abortions of 45 million unborn children since Roe v. Wade legalized abortion on demand in 1973. Leading luminaries in the civil rights movement have strenuously avoided applying the principle at the heart of their cause to abortion, partly because they want to stay focused on one issue but also because most of them are liberals and opposition to abortion is a conservative position. The Court majority in Roe said that unborn children were not persons and therefore not entitled to the equal protection of the laws enshrined in the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. 

Constitution. King’s opposition to abortion is also personal. Those experiences have taught her the pain of losing children and the health risks associated with abortions of the first pregnancies. Whereas others might have remained defensive about their fateful experiences and looked askance at anyone who questioned her doctor’s judgment or her own, King’s devotion to the principle of equality, which includes the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, leads her to oppose abortion. As we celebrate the birth of the Savior of the world and look forward to another year to live out the promise of that salvation, we should learn from the example of Alveda King who let neither her personal situation nor the pressures of politics prevent her from acting on principle. 

Those who declare that racial injustice is wrong must perforce denounce abortion on demand also. 

Keywords: [“right”,”principle”,”King”]

Alveda – Love and Leadership

Our good friend, Dr. Alveda King, writes a short but potent word about what we SHOULD all do on this Easter Sunday. Dr. Alveda King, Atlanta, GA. Easter is a great time to repent and be reconciled to Christ. 

This is the 50-year landmark of thelegacy of my uncle, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.This is the season of the premier of the life of his brother,my father, Rev. AD Williams King. Visit our webstore and check out Alveda King’s book by Elijah List Publications: America Return to God: www. 

Dr. Alveda C. King is the niece of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and daughter of civil rights activist Reverend A. D. 

William King Sr. and Naomi Barber King. In response to the recent Zimmerman verdict, artist Nikkolas Smith created a photo of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in a black hooded sweatshirt. 

While examining the Trayvon Martin death and protests, Dr. Alveda King directs racial profiling as a sense of fear in people. Direct links connecting abortion and serious conditions such as breast and cervical cancer, emotional disorders and other serious ills must be considered! The only healing and redemption is in the blood of Jesus, blood willingly shed so that we could stand today and cry out for the blood of the unborn that is drenching the land of our children. If the Dream of Dr. 

Martin Luther King, Jr. is to live, our babies must live. Alveda King, who serves as director of Civil Rights for the Unborn at Priests for Life, noted in a column at the Washington Examiner the attempt by Starbucks Tuesday to recover by the appearance of engaging in racist business practices. In her column, King observed to Starbucks the racist roots of Planned Parenthood, beginning with its founder, eugenicist Margaret Sanger. As King noted, a bust of Sanger – who was active with the Ku Klux Klan – sits from the National Portrait Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution. 

Keywords: [“King”,”abortion”,”Martin”]

Start Thinking Right

Here’s another lie that liberals want you to believe: that Martin Luther King is smiling down from heaven as nearly half of all black babies are ripped apart in abortion mills. Washington, DC – Dr. Alveda King, Pastoral Associate of Priests for Life and niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., responded to Planned Parenthood’s King Day press release linking the work of the abortion business to the civil rights leader. Dr. 

King is attending the events surrounding the 2010 Annual March for Life in Washington, DC, where she will give her post abortion testimony at a Silent No More Awareness Campaign rally, along with actress Jennifer O’Neil and many other post abortive women and men who regret lost fatherhood. DR. ALVEDA C. KING: Daughter of the late slain civil rights activist Rev. A. 

D. King and Niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Founder of King for America, Inc. Mother of six and doting grandmother. 

She is a voice for the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, speaking about her regret for her abortion. During the years of the Civil Rights Movement, led by her Uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Alveda’s family home was bombed in Birmingham, Alabama. Planned Parenthood performs around 300,000 abortions annually. Since Roe vs Wade, abortion has reduced the black population by 25 percent of what it would have been. 

Twice as many African Americans have died from abortion as have died from violent crimes, heart disease, accidents and AIDS combined. Every three days more African Americans are killed by abortion than have been killed by the Ku Klux Klan in all its history. Abortion is nothing if it is not the love of death. I stand with Dr. Alveda King with the proclamation that anyone who has read and loved Martin Luther King’s great speeches should be offended that he would have championed the killing field of almost half of all black Americans by abortion. 

Keywords: [“King”,”abortion”,”Parenthood”]

Alveda News for 07-17-2018

King Family Recipes with Dr. Alveda King | Real Life (11/13/17)

Tim Wise » Farce on Washington: Glenn Beck and the Assault on Historical Memory

Rather than anger or contempt – however deserved – it is sadness that animates my thoughts today. Sadness that so many would feel the country so besmirched by the first 19 months of the Obama Administration that they would take it upon themselves to march on Washington. The former was led by a man who decries all talk of social justice, and having never apparently read a single word of Dr. King’s writings, suggests that the left has hijacked the movement’s legacy by speaking of such matters as were central to its mission. In truth, it is unlikely that any of the almost all-white throng gathered in Washington this weekend played any part in the civil rights struggle. 

Those at Beck’s event were people whose ideological forbears include the editors at the nation’s leading conservative magazine, The National Review, who supported segregation and excoriated King, or worse, the zombified denizens of the John Birch Society, and those like Beck’s personal hero, W. Cleon Skousen, who viewed the civil rights movement as a communist conspiracy to control the world. By which logic one could also have said – and many racists in those days did – that blacks in apartheid America should have stopped complaining and thanked their lucky stars they weren’t in the Belgian Congo under Leopold. Those who did the work of obtaining even the partially decent society in which we live today, did so with no help from those like the people who hung on your every word this weekend. Those of us who know the truth of the movement and this nation’s history – and of the descent into madness upon which some of our fellow citizens have lately embarked at your behest – will continue, as we long have, to struggle against the forces of reaction so well-represented and led by the likes of you. 

It is you who lacks commitment to the valuable part of the national ideal. They remember how those good old days were days of terror and hellish oppression for the black and brown, of unchecked male domination of women, of the closet enforced on LGBT folks, of Christian hegemony at the expense of pluralism. Even today those structural injustices remain too strong, but in the days you revere and remember so fondly, they were not only present but were accepted as the very model of virtue. Other dragons to slay than those at which you tilt: first and foremost, the historical amnesia you would today elevate to the level of a national sacrament. 

Keywords: [“Beck”,”movement”,”King”]

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Alveda News for 07-16-2018

Holiday Traditions of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Family

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Was A Republican — And He’d Be A Pro-Life Social Conservative If He Was Alive Today

Ed Morrissey at HotAir has a nice piece up today on Dr. Alveda King, the niece of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King. Please take the time to read it in full, because it’s important that more people out there appreciate the fact that Dr. King was a Republican – whose real-life living equivalent today is someone like Congressman Allen West, not shameless, race-baiting huckster Jesse Jackson. 

If you’ve ever heard Dr. Alveda King speak you’d know that at the time of his death Dr. King was planning on firing Jackson because he personally disgusted him and no longer wanted him anywhere near the work he was doing; if he’d lived, and the firing had taken place, you would have never heard of Jesse Jacksonor his repugnant son Jesse Jackson Jror his horrible daughter-in-law, Sandi Jackson. Not only did the world lose a great man when Dr. King was murdered, but the non-musical and terrible Jackson family was forced on American politics because Dr. 

King wasn’t alive to send Jesse into exile where he belongs. I’ve benefited greatly from listening to some of Dr. Alveda King’s speeches, including those on abortion, and find her to be very much a torch-carrier for Dr. King’s legacy. To keep women voters on the Democrats’ infernal plantation and prevent them from ever thinking logically about why, exactly, they must keep voting Democrat when Democrats’ policies do nothing of value for them the Party has used abortion as this wedge issue. 

I’m tired of the agenda-driven media not calling the Left out on the hypocrisy related to abortion, since it’s black babies who are aborted the most and the Democrat Party embraces a unique form of racism when it so aggressively promotes its Pro-Abortion agenda. The Reverand Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the bravest men who ever lived. If he were alive today, Dr. 

King would raise his hand and point straight at the Democrat Party and call it out for the wicked things it does on a daily basis. Dr. King would be against the voter fraud, he’d rail against the identity politics, he’d condemn the wedge issues that pit one group against another just so they all stay on the Democrats’ plantation. Dr. King, much like Allen West, would chide black people for continuing to vote against their own economic and familial interests by pulling that lever for Democrats over and over again – when it’s the Democrat Party, through its Pro-Abortion and pro-entitlement programs policies, that have kept black people poor, broken, and dependent on the state. 

It’s an immense national tragedy that Dr. King is not here with us today to speak truth to power and excoriate the Democrat Party for how terrible it has truly become. 

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The Case Against Abortion: Abortion and Race

In America today, the average black woman is almost five times more likely to have an abortion than the average white woman. 5 The Centers for Disease Control places the number at 36%, based on actual counts of every abortion performed in the 30 states/districts that collect and report abortion data by race.6 By comparison, non-Hispanic white women make up 61% of the population but account for only 38-39% of all abortions. Among black women, the current abortion ratio is 391.8 That means there are 391 abortions for every 1,000 live births. Among white women, the abortion ratio is 121-which means less than 11% of white pregnancies end in abortion. 9 The current abortion rate among black women, which is the number of abortions per 1,000 women of reproductive age is 26.6.10 That means that in 2014, 2.7% of black women, aged 15-44, had an abortion. Though the white population in the U.S. outnumbers the black population five to one,14 abortion kills close to the same number of black children each day as it does white children. 

As of July 2017, the black population in the U.S. stood somewhere around 40 million,21 which means that abortion has reduced the size of the black community by more than 30%-and that doesn’t include the children and grandchildren that would have been born to those aborted more than a generation ago. According to a 2017 Pew Research survey, there is not much of an ideological divide between blacks and whites when it comes to abortion. Though a black woman is up to five times more likely to have an abortion than a white woman, she is only.002 times more likely to support abortion as a matter of public policy. Some suggest that the reason black women have a much higher rate of abortion is because the abortion industry has strategically targeted them. 

We can argue as to whether their geographic placement creates the demand for abortion, or whether the demand for abortion determines their geographic placement, but it’s almost certainly a little of both. The de facto effect-I don’t call it the main cause, but net effect-of putting abortion clinics in the urban centers is that the abortion of Hispanic and Black babies is more than double their percentage of the population… Call this what you will-when the slaughter has an ethnic face and the percentages are double that of the white community and the killers are almost all white, something is going on here that ought to make the lovers of racial equality and racial harmony wake up.26. 

Keywords: [“abortion”,”black”,”white”]

Alveda News for 07-15-2018

Special Speaker Dr. Alveda King

Alveda King and 82 related entities

Google Knowledge GraphAlveda KingAmerican authorDesc: Alveda Celeste King is an American activist, author, and former state representative for the 28th District in the Georgia House of Representatives. She is a niece of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. and daughter of civil rights activist Rev. A. D. 

King and his wife Naomi Barber King. Result Score: 56.97.Museum in Atlanta, GeorgiaDesc: The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park consists of several buildings in Atlanta, Georgia, including Martin Luther King Jr.’s boyhood home and the original Ebenezer Baptist Church, the church where King was baptized and both his father Martin Luther King Sr. and he were pastors. Result Score: 37.95.American television miniseriesDesc: King is a 1978 American television miniseries based on the life of Martin Luther King Jr., the American civil rights leader and 1964 Nobel laureate. 

Result Score: 34.32.American activistDesc: Yolanda Denise King was an American activist and first-born child of civil rights leaders Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King. Result Score: 33.33.American ministerDesc: Bernice Albertine King is an American minister best known as the youngest child of civil rights leaders Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King. 

Result Score: 33.08.Martin Luther King Jr.’s sisterDesc: Willie Christine King Farris is the eldest and only living sibling of Martin Luther King Jr. She taught at Spelman College and was the author of several books and a public speaker on various topics, including the King family, multicultural education, and teaching. Result Score: 30.44.Community college in Chicago, IllinoisMartin Luther King Jr.’s sonDesc: Dexter Scott King is the second son of civil rights leaders Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King. Result Score: 26.17.BookDesc: Conscience for Change is a book of transcribed lectures by Martin Luther King Jr. 

that includes five talks King gave in late 1967 for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s Massey Lectures. Result Score: 24.02.Martin Luther King Jr.’s motherDesc: Alberta Christine Williams King was Martin Luther King Jr.’s mother and the wife of Martin Luther King Sr. She played a significant role in the affairs of the Ebenezer Baptist Church. Result Score: 8.92.Book by Martin Luther King Jr.Desc: Why We Can’t Wait is a 1964 book by Martin Luther King Jr. about the nonviolent movement against racial segregation in the United States, and specifically the 1963 Birmingham campaign. 

Result Score: 8.87.Album by Oregon SymphonySculpture created in 1998Desc: The Dream, also known as the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Sculpture, is an outdoor bronze sculpture of Martin Luther King Jr. by Michael Florin Dente, located outside the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon. 

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Martin Luther King’s pro-life niece voted for Trump

Dr. Martin Luther King Jnr.’s pro-life niece revealed on MLK Day that she voted for Donald Trump. She made the revelation as people across the country mark the federal holiday of Martin Luther King Day.It became a national holiday in 1983 under President Ronald Reagan – twenty years after the civil rights leader gave his iconic ‘I Have A Dream’ speech in 1963 – and has been observed on the Monday closest to King’s birthday ever since. ‘Thinking back to this fall when I had the honor of meeting Alveda King,’ he posted, ‘niece of the great Martin Luther King Jr., activist, former Georgia state representative, and member of our National Diversity Coalition who has also been and amazing and vocal Trump supporter. Following the announcement of Trump’s plans for the black community – which she called ‘promising’ and his comments that Democrats simply expected black votes in the run up to the election, without earning them, Alveda King told Fox: ‘I listened very carefully to everything Mr. Trump has said in the last 72 hours or so and I fully agree with so many of the things that he’s saying. ‘He has taken a page from the book of my daddy, A. 

D. King, and my uncle Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. looking at the climate, people and really being concerned about what’s happening in every community across America. It may seem surprising that King, the niece of the celebrated civil rights leader, voted for Trump, a notoriously divisive figure. ‘At no time did Mr. 

Trump advise that Americans need to disobey the Bible,’ King said of his pledges, after a closed meeting between him and religious leaders. Following his election day victory, King said that she hoped Trump would remember those who voted and prayed for him to help heal the racial tensions in the U.S.’I’m born into a family of preachers,’ she told Fox Business in November. Today, the incoming president called on the nation to celebrate Martin Luther King day and hailed the ‘wonderful things’ that King stood for – as he prepared to meet with his son Martin Luther King III.Trump tweeted: ‘Celebrate Martin Luther King Day and all of the many wonderful things that he stood for. Trump’s praise for the man who helped bring about an end to racial segregation and transform American society came as he prepared to meet with Martin Luther King III in New York Monday. The two men will meet ‘to talk about the legacy of Dr. 

King, ways that we can continue to enfranchise people and advocate for more people to be part of the voting process and further the legacy that Dr. King fought so hard for,’ incoming spokesman Sean Spicer revealed Monday morning in an appearance on ‘Fox and Friends. Martin Luther King III’s sister, Reverend Bernice King, marked her late father’s birthday by posting a touching online tribute saying ‘Happy birthday day, I miss you!’. 

Keywords: [“King”,”Trump”,”Martin”]

Alveda News for 07-14-2018

Trump Hugs Martin Luther King Jr’s Niece Alveda

How Alveda King is turning MLK’s ‘dream’ into a nightmare

None of this should really surprise anyone familiar with Alveda King’s history. Alveda King has been on the campaign circuit for more than a decade pushing a discriminatory, anti-gay marriage, anti-abortion, hard right family values message. Alveda wasn’t the only King family member to stump for a hard right agenda in opposition to abortion and gay rights. Her cousin, Bernice King, MLK’s daughter, has preached the hell and damnation line against what she considers heathens. In turn, she gives Beck something just as valued, the cover of the King name. 

Beck’s repeatedly bragged to audiences in the build up to his rally that he and conservatives are the inheritors and protectors of King’s dream. What an imagination! But Beck wasn’t finished with King and the civil rights movement. Alveda King and Glenn Beck can get away with their blatant mockery of Dr. King’s Dream in part because nearly two generations are removed from Dr. 

King’s speech and for most of today’s youth it’s just a speech they hear every King holiday with no first-hand experience and knowledge of what the civil rights movement was fought for and about. They also get away with their twisted vision in part because in Dr. King’s day, gay rights were invisible on America’s public policy radar, and homosexuality in both black and white communities was hushed up. There’s not a word about homosexuality in any of King’s speeches or writings. While King may have defended his niece’s right to speak out for her conservative beliefs, he never wavered in calling bigotry what is always is, namely bigotry, whether it’s about race or the rights of women and gays. 

Beck in a monumental delusional moment imagined that Martin Luther King, Jr. would stand by his side at his rally. 

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Meet MLK’s Glenn Beck-loving niece

King certainly seems at home in the conservative movement. She is also the co-founder of an organization called King for America. King insisted the organization was still active but said it only had one staff member. King’s academic credentials have also raised eyebrows. Beck is at the forefront of a movement to appropriate Martin Luther King’s legacy, just decades after many conservatives opposed a national holiday honoring the social justice advocate. 

That he can claim Alveda King, a woman who has found a home on the right after years of personal wandering and political about-faces, as an ally can’t hurt. In the late 1970s, King was elected to the Georgia state Legislature, where she served two terms as a Democrat – a period she is not eager to recount. King, who until recently went by Alveda Beal King, has political commitments born of a difficult personal life. Lynn Cothren, Coretta Scott King’s openly gay special assistant for 23 years, recalls Alveda’s vocal opposition to a hospice for AIDS patients in her neighborhood. Once, says Cothren, Alveda brought religious tracts to the King Center and encouraged him to repent. 

David Garrow, a civil rights movement historian at the University of Cambridge, said that Martin Luther King Jr. was unambiguously progressive. Asked about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, King said that conflicts are biblically ordained. 

Keywords: [“King”,”right”,”Alveda”]

Stacey Dash’s Pro-Life Movie Is Already Falling Apart

She was fired from Fox News, her run for Congress was an embarrassing flop and now her latest movie is falling apart. The film is based on the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision that granted a woman’s right to an abortion. Dash plays the nuanced and layered Mildred Fay Jefferson-a description which is clearly out of her acting range. Jefferson was the first Black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School, the first woman to graduate in surgery from Harvard Medical School and the first woman to become a member of the Boston Surgical Society. 

She was also pro-life and a member of the National Right to Life Committee, the oldest nationwide pro-life organization in America. She ran for the Republican nomination for the 1982, 1990, and 1994 U.S. Senate elections, but never won. Reportedly, cast and crew are quitting Roe v. Wade. 

Both are arguably a result of the atrocious healthcare in the United States. Sounds like this agenda-pushing film will strictly be propaganda. Luckily, it’s bombing before it’s even completed, and if Loeb thought attaching Dash and Alveda King to the film would appeal to the Black community, he is deeply delusional. 

Keywords: [“film”,”woman”,”movie”]

Dr. Alveda King Counters Trump ‘Racism’ Claims, Slams Facebook for Blocking Pro-Life Message

There’s all other kind of legislation and things that President Trump is passing, including getting a lot of black folks out of jail – he’s working on doing that believe it or not and putting them back to work. Putting America back to work – African-Americans especially because our job rate or our hiring rate was so low and it’s going up along with everybody else’s rate. He sees Americans as the people he is supposed to serve and he’s doing that. Trump himself similarly dismissed the accusers, which included Rep. Lewis himself, earlier Sunday. 

He cares about the plight of everybody who’s been under-served, mis-served, mistreated, and he’s equalizing that. King also expressed her frustration with tech giant Facebook, who recently blocked the pro-life Roe v. Wade documentary – on which she is collaborating with other activists – from raising funds from the social media site’s ads. Facebook later yielded to pressure and allowed the team to crowdfund. 

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