By Derrick Boazman

Today on the show we explored an upcoming book and audio from former first lady Jackie Kennedy on the late Martin Luther King Jr. According to, some unedited comments made by former first lady Jackie Kennedy just after her husband President John F. Kennedy was killed will be remembered not only for their historical value, but also because of their candid nature. Remarks she made about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. have been highlighted in recent days for their inflammatory nature.

This Wednesday, a book (entitled Jacqueline Kennedy: Historic Conversations on Life with John F. Kennedy) and audio recording of a seven-part-interview conducted in 1964 with Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr, and Kennedy will be released, featuring the controversial statements . To hear the conversation, click the audio links…

Also, the third execution date of Troy Anthony Davis to steadily approaching. The execution date has been set for Sept. 21. We had the opportunity to speak with Laura Moye of Amnesty International, the organization that has been fighting against the execution of Troy Anthony Davis, and she had many suggestions of how  YOU can support the effort to STOP THE EXECUTION OF TROY ANTHONY DAVIS. Click the audio link to hear…

To Join the Fight for Troy Anthony Davis, you can do one of the following:


AND also join us this Friday from 6pm-7pm @ Woodruff Park. We will be marching from the park down Auburn Avenue to Ebenezer Baptist Church in the fight for Troy Anthony  Davis.

Comments (2)
  1. dlm says:

    Jackie-O should have not talked bad about Dr. Martin Luther King. He was a respectful man that was about bring good to all people. Instead of Jackie-O talking bad about M.L.K she should have talked bad about Marilyn Monroe. And why her husband came home a lot smelling like Marilyn Monroe’s vagina.

  2. Moni says:

    I remember hearing that it was an arranged marriage…. her family had the blue blood but not the money – the Kennedy’s were Shanty Irish with dirty money but not the blood…. she came from a family and time that Negro’s were to always clean her bathroom.

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