A.D. and M.L. King: Two Brothers Who Dared to Dream

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Saturday, January 24. 2:00pm
MLK Memorial Library
901 G St, Washington, DC 20001

After nearly half a century; after their deaths, the lifelong saga of the relationship between MLK and his cherished brother A. D. King comes to light. They were sons, they were brothers. They were husbands. They were fathers. They were leaders. They played together, they preached together, they marched together. They dreamed together. They cried together, they prayed together. And they rejoiced together. Deep from the heartfelt memories of Mrs. Naomi Ruth Barber King comes a love story. This is a love story of a modern day Boaz and Ruth. It is a love story of brothers who lived and died for a dream. It is a legacy love story. It is a love for family and community. It is a love of a God who so loved the world that he gave His Only Begotten Son; a love that two brothers lived and died for; still daring to believe.

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