The late great Martin Luther King Jr. had an opinion on use of the N-Word, which was recently revealed in a letter up at auction for $95,000.

On Oct. 19, 1960, Martin Luther King Jr. and dozens of young protesters were arrested in downtown Atlanta for participating in a sit-in demonstration at Rich’s department store, setting off a series of historic events. “King didn’t like to be arrested. He was not like John Lewis,” King’s biographer Clayborne Carsonv told, referring to […]

In January, Ebenezer Baptist’s Rev. Raphael Warnock, entered the Georgia U.S. Senate race. If Warnock wins, he will be the first Black Senator of the state. He is currently the senior pastor at Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic church. On March 23, Warnock received a crucial endorsement from former U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young. Young, 88, […]