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In 7 Days, New York and the Knicks will know if the Biggest NBA superstar will be given a chance to turn Madison Square Garden and the city that “never sleeps” into his brand new home. King James; as he is called by most of his fans and natives of Cleveland, Ohio will have to make a decision as to whether or not he would want to extend his contract and keep the Cavs’ jersey or trade it in for a New York Knicks’ jersey. Continue reading
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New York congressman, Peter King, says Michael Jackson was a “pervert” and slammed the media and fans for “glorifying” the late icon.
King said Jackson, whom he called a “low-life” was being praised by the media and the coverage of his death trumps the efforts of teacher, police officers, fire fighters and veterans. He added, the “day in and day out” reports of his death is “too politically incorrect.” All of his statements were taped and uploaded to youtube.com, reports Fox News.
“Let’s knock out the psychobabble,” King said in the video taped outside an American Legion Hall on New York’s Long Island. “He was a pervert, a child molester; he was a pedophile. And to be giving this much coverage to him, day in and day out, what does it say about us as a country? I just think we’re too politically correct.”
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Author and commentator Michael Eric Dyson reflects on Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech. Dyson lists specific grievances with racial injustice addressed by the speech.
Michael Eric Dyson addresses the Georgetown community in a lecture titled, “No Dreams Deferred?” Professor Dyson is an outspoken scholar who exploded on to the national scene in a public dispute with Bill Cosby over poverty and the black underclass – Georgetown University. Continue reading
HW Magazine encourages you to take time during your day off this Monday to remember and recognize the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968), Continue reading