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Dr. Alveda King, BRIEF BIO


Niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His Legacy!

Alveda King, Conservative Champion!

    Alveda Celeste King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., is a Born-again, bible-believing Christian.[4] She is an American minister,[5] a conservative, a pro-life activist, and author.

    An addition to being the niece of the civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., she is the daughter of the late civil rights activist Rev. A.D. William King, Sr., and his wife Naomi Barber King. She is the full-time Pastoral Associate of African-American Outreach for the Roman Catholic pro-life group, Priests for Life.[6]

    She once served as a Senior Fellow at the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, a conservative Washington, D.C. think-tank. She is a former member of the Georgia House of Representatives and the founder of King for America.

    She has been married and divorced three times.

    She is the mother of six, and a grandmother.

Alveda King: Childhood and family

    Alveda King was born in Atlanta, Georgia. She was the first of five children of A. D. King, the younger brother of Martin Luther King Jr., and Naomi Barber King. She says her mother wanted to abort her so she could continue college but her Grandfather was able to convince her to keep her child.[7]

    When she was 12, her father became a leader of the Birmingham campaign while serving as pastor at the First Baptist Church of Ensley in Birmingham, Alabama. Later that same year, King’s house was bombed by opponents to the civil rights movement. In 1969, Ms. King married.[8]

Alveda King, Father's death!

    Only a week later, her father, A.D. King, was found dead in the pool at his home after a long bout with alcoholism and depression.[9] The cause of death was listed as an accidental drowning.[10][11][12][13]

      Grandfather King said in his autobiography, "Alveda had been up the night before, she said, talking with her father and watching a television movie with him.[14] He'd seemed unusually quiet...and not very interested in the film. But he had wanted to stay up and Alveda left him sitting in an easy chair, staring at the TV, when she went off to bed... I had questions about A.D.'s death and I still have them now.

      He was a good swimmer. Why did he drown? I don't know -- I don't know that we will ever know what happened."

Alveda King, Abortions!

    She had two abortions and attempted to get a third one. When she became pregnant, she claims her doctor, without the family's knowledge, gave her an abortion.[15] She was divorced soon after that. When she was pregnant in 1973, she went to Planned Parenthood and got a second abortion.[16] Later, she wanted to get a 3rd abortion, but neither the father nor her grandfather would pay for it.[17]

Alveda King, Education!

    King studied journalism[18] and sociology as an undergraduate, and she received a Master of Arts degree in business management from Central Michigan University. She received an honorary doctorate from Saint Anselm College.[6]

    In, King explained her honorary degree: "I guess for my stand on the support of marriage, and family, and education, and life."[19]

Alveda King, Career, Public office!

    From 1979 to 1981, King represented the 28th District in the Georgia House of Representatives.[20] The district included Fulton County,[21] and King served as a Democrat.[19] In 1984, King ran for the seat of Georgia's 5th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives and supported the Rev. Jesse Jackson for president.[22]

    The 5th Congressional seat, at the time of King's campaign was held by Wyche Fowler. Andrew Young, who held the seat prior to Fowler, endorsed Hosea Williams. Hosea Williams was a courageous civil rights hero perhaps best known for organizing and leading the first Selma March.

    Sadly, Coretta Scott King did not endorse her niece.

    Young, who had given up the seat to serve as U.S. Ambassador to the UN, and Williams approached King and asked her to end her campaign for the seat so that she could dedicate more time to her family. Young later apologized for what he called "some blatantly chauvinistic remarks."[23]

    She did not withdraw. With the black vote split, Fowler defeated both King and Williams in the primary. That was the last time she ran for elective office.

Alveda King, Pro-life activism!

    King is a pro-life speaker and often speaks on college campuses about abortion issues.[24] She joined the pro-life movement, crusading to offer women alternatives to abortion.[25] Angela D. Dillard classifies King as among "prominent black members of the Religious Right".[26]

    Alveda King is currently a board member of Georgia Right to Life.[6]

Alveda King, Glenn Beck's "Restoring Honor" Rally!

    On August 28, 2010, King spoke at Glenn Beck's "Restoring Honor" rally at the Lincoln Memorial.[27] Before the rally King explained to the Christian Science Monitor that speaking at the rally was a chance to engage in freedom of speech and to praise the man, Lincoln, that "led this fledgling nation out of slavery, and made my people free."[28]

    ABC News reported that in King's speech, she hoped that "white privilege will become human privilege and that America will soon repent of the sin of racism and return itself to honor."[29]

Alveda King, Views, Abortion!

    Alveda King claims that "Mrs. Coretta Scott King knew that her husband, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., was pro-life."

    In spite of this, Martin Luther King Jr. was given the Margaret Sanger Award from Planned Parenthood in 1966.[30]

    In 1994, Alveda King wrote a letter condemning Coretta Scott King's support for abortion and gay marriage.[19]

    According to Fox News, Alveda King has "long told the world" that Martin Luther King Jr. was a Republican.[31] In contradiction to King's claim, however, University of Cambridge historian and atheist, anti-Christian David Garrow stated in a Salon profile of Alveda King regarding Martin Luther King:

      "King was not only not a Republican, he was well to the left of the Democratic Party of the 1960s [....] It’s also well-documented that Dr. King was a strong supporter of Planned Parenthood."[19]

    The truth is, Dr. King, and his father were staunch Republicans, the party that gave them freedom. The Democrats of the south were the party of KKK!

    After civil rights leader Rosa Parks died in 2005, King and Christian commentator Father Frank Pavone claimed that Parks was a symbol of the pro-life movement.[33] [34]

Alveda King, Gay rights!

    King has spoken out against gay rights. At a 1997 rally in Sacramento protesting proposed state legislation to extend civil rights to gays and lesbians, King said:

    "To equate homosexuality with race is to give a death sentence to civil rights. No one is enslaving homosexuals...or making them sit in the back of the bus." [35]

    In a 1998 speech at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: "Homosexuality cannot be elevated to the civil rights issue. The civil rights movement was born from the Bible. God hates homosexuality."

    [36] King had been making public appearances throughout 1997 criticizing gay rights.[37]

    King is also noted for her opposition to same-sex marriage,[38] and came under criticism for her August, 2010 remarks likening gay marriage to "genocide".[39]

Alveda King, Works!

    King has written the following books:

    * For generations to come: Poetry by Alveda King Beal (as Alveda King Beal) (1986)

    * The Arab Heart (as Alveda King Beal) (1986)

    * Sons of Thunder: The King Family Legacy (2003)

    * I Don't Want Your Man, I Want My Own (2001)

    * Who We Are In Christ Jesus (2008)

    * How Can the Dream Survive If We Murder the Children?: ABORTION IS NOT A CIVIL RIGHT! (2008)

    She also released a CD called Let Freedom Ring in 2005,[40] and she has appeared in film and television as both Alveda King[41] and Alveda King Beal.[42] The Human Experience, a 2010 documentary film, featured commentary from King.

Alveda King, References!

    1. ^ Acts and Resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, 1, 1978, p. 2743,

    2. ^ Acts and Resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, 1, 1983, p. 1966,

    3. ^ "Property valuation of Reunion Place, Atlanta, GA". Retrieved 10/23/2010. "1090 Reunion Place" Title was transferred for $0 to Israel Tookes

    4. ^ 5. ^ "Dr. Alveda C. King, Pastoral Associate, Priests for Life, & Director, African American Outreach". Priests For Life. 2010-08-29. Retrieved 2010-08-29. "Dr. King currently serves as a Pastoral Associate and Director of African-American Outreach for Priests for Life and Gospel of Life Ministries."

    6. ^ a b c "Dr. Alveda C. King". Priests for Life. Retrieved August 27, 2010.

    7. ^ Alveda King. (1/22/2008). Alveda King talking about abortion. In front of the Supreme Court building. Event occurs at 04:40. Retrieved 10/05/2010.

    8. ^ Alveda King. (1/22/2008). Alveda King talking about abortion. In front of the Supreme Court building. Event occurs at 01:30. Retrieved 10/05/2010.

    9. ^ Taylor Branch (September 4, 2010). "Dr. King’s Newest Marcher". New York Times. Retrieved September 9, 2010. "in fact A. D. King drowned at home after a long bout with alcohol and depression. -- Taylor Branch,author of the Pulitzer prize-winning biography of Martin Luther King"

    10. ^ "The Rev. A. D. Williams King". Time. 1969-08-01.,9171,901197,00.html. Retrieved 2007-11-01.

    11. ^ "Bomb Hits Home in Birmingham". New York Times. 1963-08-01. Retrieved 2007-11-01.

    12. ^ "Introduction in Papers". Introduction in Papers 1:26; 43..

    13. ^ "A Rights Activist". Thomas A. Johnson, New York Times. 1969-07-22.

    14. ^ Daddy King An Autobiography. Morrow. 1980. p. 192. ISBN 9780688036997. OCLC 6422326.

    15. ^ Alveda King. (1/22/2008). Alveda King talking about abortion. In front of the Supreme Court building. Event occurs at 02:07. Retrieved 10/05/2010.

    16. ^ Alveda King. (1/22/2008). Alveda King talking about abortion. In front of the Supreme Court building. Event occurs at 03:51. Retrieved 10/05/2010.

    17. ^ Alveda King. (1/22/2008). Alveda King talking about abortion. In front of the Supreme Court building. Event occurs at 03:51. Retrieved 10/05/2010.

    18. ^ Hamilton Bims (1974). "'He Never Gives Us More Than We Can Bear'". Ebony (Johnson Publishing Company) 29 (12): 38. ISSN 0012-9011.

    19. ^ a b c d Denvir, Daniel (August 27, 2010). "Meet MLK's Glenn Beck-loving niece". Salon. Retrieved August 27, 2010.

    20. ^ Acts and Resolutions of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, 1, 1979, p. 2059,

    21. ^ "Women in the Georgia House of Representatives, 1923 - 2000". Georgia Secretary of State. Retrieved August 27, 2010.

    22. ^ "Alveda King Beal Seeks A Congressional Seat, Supports Jesse Jackson", Jet 66 (7): p. 13, April 23, 1984,

    23. ^ "CAMPAIGN NOTES; 'Chauvinistic Remarks' Conceded by Young". New York Times. 1984-07-12. Retrieved 2010-08-29. "The Mayor also conceded that when Mrs. Beal said she objected to his "chauvinistic attitude," he had told her that her uncle, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and her father, the Rev. Alfred King, were "male chauvinist pigs, too.""

    24. ^ "Dr. Alveda King featured speaker at pro-life rally | Spero News". Retrieved 2010-09-05.

    25. ^ Jacob, Jennifer (2009-10-31). "Alveda King visits Meridian with pro-life message". Meridian Star. Retrieved 2010-08-28.

    26. ^ Dillard, Angela D. (2002). Guess Who's Coming to Dinner Now?: Multicultural Conservatism in America. New York City: NYU Press. p. 164. ISBN 0814719406.

    27. ^ MacAskill, Ewen (August 28, 2010). "US right claims spirit of Martin Luther King at Lincoln Memorial rally". The Guardian. Retrieved August 29, 2010.

    28. ^ King, Alveda (2010-08-26). "Glenn Beck 8/28 rally: It's a matter of honor". Christian Science Monitor. Retrieved 2010-08-29. "If we want to sing the national anthem at a memorial to the man who led this fledgling nation out of slavery, and made my people free, we should be able to send our voices soaring to the heavens. Glenn Beck's “Rally to Restore Honor” this Saturday will give us that chance, and that’s why I feel it's important for me to be there."

    29. ^ Dolak, Kevin (August 28, 2010). "Alveda King Speaks at Glenn Beck's DC Rally". ABC News. Retrieved August 29, 2010.

    30. ^ Cassandra, Adam (August 27, 2010). "Dr. Alveda King: ‘Coretta Scott King Knew That Her Husband Was Pro-Life'". Retrieved August 28, 2010.

    31. ^ Abrams, Joseph (July 14, 2009). "Billboard Claiming Martin Luther King Was Republican Angers Black Activists in Houston". Fox News. Retrieved August 28, 2010.

    32. ^ "Dr. King Foresees 'Social Disruption' If Goldwater Wins". New York Times: p. 66. September 13, 1964. "It is important for all responsible persons, he said, to see that Mr. Goldwater is defeated.There were 'dangerous signs of Hitlerism' in the program of the Republican candidate, Dr. King declared."

    33. ^

    34. ^

    35. ^ "Quote, unquote", The Advocate (743): p. 8, September 30, 1997,

    36. ^ "Quote, unquote", The Advocate (756): p. 10, March 31, 1998,

    37. ^ Gallagher, John (December 9, 1997), "Blacks and gays: the unexpected divide", The Advocate (748): pp. 37–38,

    38. ^ (8 August 2010). "Alveda King on Marriage for National Organization for Marriage Bus Tour in Atlanta, Georgia". Retrieved 9 August 2010. "... "

    39. ^ King, Alveda. (2010-08-08). Alveda King on Marriage for National Organization for Marriage Bus Tour in Atlanta, Georgia.

    40. ^ "Alveda King". CD Baby. Retrieved 2010-08-28.

    41. ^ IMDb profile of Alveda King

    42. ^ IMDb profile of Alveda King Beal

Alveda King, External links!

    * King for America

    * African-American Outreach, Priests of Life


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