“I’m Black and Beautiful” –Martin Luther King, Jr.

Posted on : March 11, 2015
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In this speech, delivered towards the end of Dr. King’s life, he begins to incorporate ideas of the Black Power movement into his rhetoric, emphasizing black pride.

About Melody Fox

Melody Fox has a background in media publishing as the previous Publisher and Editor-In-Chief of several news publications including The Black Track community newspaper. Her passion for media and the people has translated into broadcast work over the past 7 years. Melody Fox is a respected and familiar name from doing production work and hosting on some of New York's noted talk radio broadcasts. Production/Hosting Credits Include: Associate Producer of Imhotep Gary Byrd's "Express Yourself" (WBLS) & "Mind Flight (WLIB); Live Event Coordination & Production Liaison for "Open Line" (WBLS); Production Associate for "Hour of Power" with Al Sharpton; on-air host of COBA Radio's "Real Talk, Real Time" (Radio103.9 NY). The host of her live educational series Real Conversations with Melody Fox, she has featured a diverse array of panelists with discussion on topics like Domestic Violence and Strengthening Family Bonds. She is also a founder of the social activist org NY LOVE MOVEMENT. Parlaying her background in media with the commitment to providing broadcast programming that edifies the Black Experience, she serves as host and media consultant for TOTALBLACKTV.COM.
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