Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

A.D. King

Rev. A.D. King

The Reverend A.D King, younger brother to Martin Luther King Jr., is a significant figure in history whose contributions are often overshadowed by his older brother’s legacy.

Dr. Babs Onabanjo seeks to highlight the Rev. A.D.’s contributions on civil rights, and the historical events that drastically changed America under A.D.’s watch. Dr. Babs’ goal is to “build a community of love, hope and humanity that will transcend race, color, national origin and ethnicity” and has come forth with a documentary to tell A.D’s story entitled “Behold the Dream: Brother to the Dreamer.”

Be sure to tune in to hear Dr. Onabanjo share the story on Logical Soul Talk, Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 6:00 pm ET. You can listen to the show online, or call 347-843-4544 to listen to the show by phone (press 1 to join the conversation).

As a president and C.E.O of A.D. King Foundation, Onabanjo focuses on the Civil Rights Movement and A.D. King’s role in bringing about the powerful lessons it teaches us. In addition to his duties managing the foundation, Dr. Onabanjo is a professor of computer science at Atlanta Metropolitan State College in the division of business and computer science. He has multiple degrees from Clark Atlanta University, Alabama State University, and Auburn University, and is a specialized consultant for various groups and companies around the United States.

Don’t miss this opportunity to speak with a living representative of Dr. King’s legacy!

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