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Film talks about the man behind MLK - his brother


By Robert "Rob" Redding Jr.

Editor & Publisher

ATLANTA, March 9, 2012, 7 p.m. - A film about Martin Luther King's brother is scheduled to come out in May, according to a documentary filmmaker.

Documentary filmmaker Josetta Shropshire's "A.D. King - The Untold Story" gives an account of Rev. Alfred Daniel Williams King, MLK's only blood brother.

The film talks about how the "life long partner of one of the biggest icons in Civil Rights has almost been completely overlooked." 

MLK's brother is said to have sacrificed to assist the leader and the SCLC "every step along the way." 

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The film includes world leaders that include:  Ambassador Andrew Young, Congressman John Lewis, Alveda King, Christine King Farris, Judge Thelton Henderson, Dr. David Satcher, Historian Clayborne Carson, the late great Rev. James Orange and many others. 

Those wishing to help with the releases of the film are asked to donate to kickstarter:  http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/226129123/ad-king-the-untold-story 

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