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Learn About The Last Days Of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. From The People Who Were Blessed To Get In Touch With Dr. King & Be Inspired By The Human Rights Martyr Before His Transition Into Sainthood As An Enduring Symbol Of True Liberation And Justice For All...
Also Learn The Truth About The Climate In Memphis That Led To His Eventual Assassination With More Evidence Produced To Show A Larger Conspiracy Involving The Local And Federal Governments...
Bro. Tom Jones was a student in the Prairie View A & M Choir when his encounter with MLK took place around midnight March 18, 1968...MLK was in Memphis to help the sanitation workers' strike...That was his first of a series of visits to show his support of the workers' cause...MLK was just returning from a rally meeting with the workers tired and getting ready for bed when he reluctantly agreed to let the Prairie View A & M Choir give him an impromptu concert in the conference room at the Lorraine Motel...Bro. Tom Jones and his peers have the distinction of giving MLK his final concert...
Listen to what the founder and former director of the Oakland Boys Choir and founder and current director of the vocal group Thundering Basses had to say on meeting his idol and how MLK inspired his life...
Bro. Ed Redditt was a Black Memphis Police Detective who was assigned to MLK's security detail the last days of his life...He was pulled off security detail just hours before the hit on MLK because his superiors claimed that there was a hit out on his life...Mysteriously after MLK was killed, the hit on the life of Bro. Redditt was never mentioned again...Although he was featured on the CNN Black In America MLK Special, this current high school track coach and history teacher goes more in depth into the conspiratorial nature of the MLK assassination and he discusses scenarios which links both local and federal government involvement in the assassination...Bro. Ed also gives excellent and at times humorous analysis into the climate and environment of 1960s Memphis and the plight of the sanitation workers...
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