While the official Tea Party estimates of Saturday’s rally attendance may range between a gajillion and the fafillion, the company CBS hired to give an estimate placed the turnout at a respectably large 87,000, larger than the official estimates of turnout last year’s 9/12 rally but no where near the estimated 1.8 million that attended Obama’s inauguration.

Rapper Jasiri X has continued his string of socially conscious rap songs with “Beck’s Dream Is Dr. King’s Nightmare” in which he raps from the perspective of Martin Luther King and disses Glenn Beck’s rally. RELATED STORIES Sharpton: Beck Rally Goes Against Dr. King’s Vision Rapper Disses Tea Party With “What If Tea Party Was […]

Alveda King, a niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., spoke at a rally for the antigay National Organization for Marriage and said marriage equality would lead to “extinction” and called it “genocide.” King, who heads King for America, addressed a rally Saturday in Atlanta whose attendees were outnumbered by counterprotesters, according to theGeorgia Voice. “King […]

From The Huffington Post ATLANTA — A Catholic anti-abortion group used the site of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s grave on Saturday for a large rally to protest against legalized abortion. “Martin Luther King, Jr. was an advocate for the oppressed, and no one is more oppressed than the 52 million unborn children who have […]

From TheGrio.com: African-American leaders denounced TV and radio pundit Glenn Beck’s Tea Party rally next month that will occur on the same date and at the same spot where the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech nearly 50 years ago.

no, of course, we aren't but the propaganda that exists would certainly try to convince us that we are/were.

From NPR.org: Organizations led by civil rights leaders Dorothy Height and Benjamin Hooks, who both died this month, were in the forefront of the fight for equal rights, but they are now struggling to stay relevant. And nowhere is that fight more evident than in the group founded by Martin Luther King Jr.: the Southern […]

as a rule, i'm always a little leery of Blacks that are endorsed by whites.