My friend Karen King forwarded this evening an interview I gave to a People’s World reporter during the I Am a Man march in Memphis on April 4. You can hear Karen in the background prompting me to start talking at the beginning of the video.
I was delighted yesterday to have the strength to complete a 3-mile walk for Multiple Sclerosis in Kansas City with my friend Frank Thompson, and members of the Calvary Temple Baptist Church. It was a frigid 22 degrees at start time but the energy and spirit of the marchers was high. I was walking forContinue Reading Walking for MS
On April 5, Our Walk to Freedom was given coverage on (Paris) FranceTV’s “Review of the World”. Check it out here!
I’ve been blessed to have made it all the way from Selma to Memphis – safely. Thank you to everyone who prayed for my safety on this 400-mile walking journey. Your prayers helped me arrive safely to the National Civil Rights Museum yesterday just before noon. My final walk was about 5.6 miles to andContinue Reading Blessed
Check out the winning short film entry for I Am 2018 by Bryant Hyun.
Shortly before arriving in Memphis yesterday I met and talked with a reporter from WATN, the local ABC affiliate about Walk to Freedom. I will officially finish the walk on Saturday. http://www.localmemphis.com/news/local-news/mlk50-massachusetts-man-travels-400-miles-on-walk-of-freedom-from-selma-to-memphis/1087726918
I’m singing in the rain this morning as I walk to Olive Branch, Mississippi. By early afternoon I will be within 20 miles of Memphis and the National Civil Rights Museum. I expect to finish on Saturday morning with my Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity brothers and other community members.
The National Civil Rights Museum continues to follow my Walk to Freedom journey as I march closer to the City of Memphis for MLK50.