Black community leaders were challenged to break their silence and champion the causes of injustice as they carry on the dream of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
“Break the Silence” was the theme of an address by Dr. K.C. Wade Monday night at the annual King Day celebration of the Martin Luther King Foundation at the New St. James Baptist Church.
Dr. Wade, a local physician in Monroe for over three decades, has a passion for prison ministry and outreach to the elderly.
He told the assembly of veteran community leaders and black officials that the spirit of Martin Luther King lingers because…
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