The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had two siblings but thousands of brothers. The preacher, scholar and civil rights leader became a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc, the first and oldest collegiate fraternity for African American men, on June 22nd 1952.

Dr Martin Luther King Jr visited Baltimore numerous times in the 50’s and 60’s. The highlight of one his Baltimore visits was a motorcades on Gay Street in East Baltimore (now Old Town Mall). We salute @IAMDJBUNK with a #InstaGrammy for this throwback pic of Dr King in B’More. RELATED: 2016 Dr Martin Luther King Jr […]

Dre’s ‪#‎breakfastbite‬.. Happy ‪#‎MLKDay‬! How are you keeping his dream alive? Happy MLK Day By The Way 💪🏽 — 60 Baby (@60_Beeeep) January 18, 2016 @DreJohnson1 @92QJamsBmore Continuing to thank him for paving the way for equal opportunities for all people of any ethnicity! — Tony Thornton (@DMVtrafficguy) January 18, 2016 // Happy MLK Day. […]

  Dre’s #breakfastbite.. Happy #MLK Day! Name a dream that has come true for you? #92qjams #BALTIMORE #MARYLAND #BMORE #Monday #2015 lovingmelovingyou I have the opportunity to mentor young people for work and I am one year from completing my PhD! It’s been more of a blessing than a dream. God has been so good! […]

Half a century ago, America was moved by a young preacher who called a generation to action and forever changed the course of history. The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. devoted his life to the struggle for justice and equality, sowing seeds of hope for a day when all people might claim “the riches […]