(Video) Judge Joe Brown: “James Earl Ray Didn’t Assassinate Martin Luther King Jr.”

It’s been 48 years since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In an exclusive interview with VladTV, Judge Joe Brown opens up about Dr. King’s alleged assassin, James Earl Ray and his thoughts on the case as he was one of the last judges to preside over it. According to Judge Joe Brown, Ray was not the gunman although he pled guilty. According to Brown, Ray said, “I never said I killed King, I didn’t kill him. I’m pleading because of Alford.” Check out the interview below.

(Audio) Never Heard Before Audio Of MLK’s ‘I Have A Dream Speech’ Found In A High School

Almost a year before, Martin Luther King Jr. made is famous ‘I Have A Dream’ speech in front of thousands of people in Washington, DC in 1963, he had already given it once before to a smaller crowd in a high school gymnasium. For decades, it was considered a rumor that he previewed the speech at Rocky Mount High School on Nov. 27, 1962, however a shocking discovery in the library of the school, proved this to be true. Author and English professor, Jason Miller found the recordings while doing research on Dr. King and his use of Langston Hughes poetry in his speeches. Miller came across the speech in a box labeled ‘Martin Luther King Jr.’. Inside the box was a tape with a note saying “Please do not erase.” Read more below.

(Video) NBA: Hawks Host Martin Luther King Day With Light Show & Choir Doing Player Intros

The coolest tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. took place in Atlanta, as the Hawks had a digital projection of the civil rights icon and a choir introduce the players Monday night.

Oprah Winfrey & ‘Selma’ Filmmakers Will March In Alabama To Honor Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday!

Oprah Winfrey & ‘Selma’ filmmakers will march in Alabama to honor Martin Luther King Jr. holiday! Read more on the story below!

IFWT Celebrates The Life Of Martin Luther King Jr.

Today we celebrate the life of one of the most amazing, influential people to have ever walked this earth, Martin Luther King Jr. It’s been decades and his words and message still resonate to this day. Thank you for everything you have done for civil rights and equality! Check out Martin Luther King Jr.’s final speech below. RIP, MLK!

Young Guru Talks Hip Hop And Says ‘It Is Not A Color Based Thing’

Young Guru has taken to his latest interview with Hardknock T.V. to discuss the conservation of Hip Hop and says that documentation is key! With Hip Hop attracting the attention of all races, the renown music engineer/producer stated ‘it’s the one place where the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream has been realized’ and that Hip Hop is not color based. Check out his full interview here!

IFWT Remembers Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. On The Day Of His Passing

46 years ago today, we lost one of the most influential leaders in the Civil Rights movement that helped paved the way for people of all races to get along and live side-by-side today. On April 4th, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee. His legacy will always and forever live on. Watch his legendary “I Have A Dream” speech in honor of his life below. Rest In Peace, MLK!

Selma To Montgomery: Oprah Plans On Producing Biopic Of MLK Jr’s Civil Rights Campaign

Oprah Winfrey is unstoppable! Ending February with a bang, is the news of Oprah producing a biopic on the famous 1965 march, lead by Martin Luther King Jr. for the voting rights campaign. Check out the jump for details.

(Video) Rick Ross Speaks On MLK’s Legacy

Rick Ross has given homage to Martin Luther King Jr in the form of story telling, as the boss revealed his most influential tale of the great MLK. Hit the jump to view the inspirational RevoltTV clip!

IFWT Remembers Martin Luther King Jr. On This Day Of Celebration!

Although we celebrated his actual birthday, Jan. 16th, today is the day that many get to sit home, and reminisce on the movement made by the late and great, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The activist and civil rights leader spoke for all that didn’t have a chance to be heard, and after almost five decades later, people are still listening. All the while, preaching NON-VIOLENCE! Dr. King’s daughter, Dr. Bernice King, CEO of the Martin Luther King Center in Atlanta, wants us all to enjoy the memory of her father by dong one thing…find out what, after the jump.

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