Thanks to the release of the movie “SELMA” and the King holiday, there will be a lot of conversation about social justice, civil rights, and equality. But how many of us move beyond the Dr. King sound bytes to embrace the much more durable idea that love should be at the root of it all?
In tandem with our on-air vignettes saluting Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., please read on to learn more about his incredible life and legacy.
2014 has been a hard, ugly year for a lot of people. Can we can try something revolutionary in the way we approach life in the New Year…being as open and honest as possible, perhaps? Because this tippy-toeing around the emotional stuff isn’t helping us. At all.
“Selma,” director Ava DuVernay’s new film chronicling the lead-up to the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, opens in select cities on Christmas Day followed by national release on January 8. Support Black film!!
Protestors rallied outside of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex this past Sunday to take a stand against law enforcement injustice. Members of Philadelphians Organized to Witness, Empower, and Rebuild (POWER) Organization were on hand as early as 6pm as men and women of the cloth and their congregations were brought together to pray and help raise their voices against injustice in our city as well as across the country.