Shadow Politics, April 8, 2018

Keith Silver
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Shadow Politics
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with political activist, Keith Silver

Our guest this Sunday is long time DC resident and political activist, Keith Silver. Keith is the Founder of 'Operation: Beloved Communities for PEACE', co-Founder of  the Martin Luther King PEACE WALK and PARADE (2004-2005 to Present with Denise Rolark-Barnes and Yango Sawyer)  and a Civil and Human Rights Activist for more than 40 years. Keith was a long time head of the DC Chapter of the organization Dr. King started and we will be talking about the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King 50 years after his death.

Headlined, Shadow Politics, April 8, 2018

Keith Silver
Broadcast Date: 
April 8, 2018

Our guest this Sunday is long time DC resident and political activist, Keith Silver. Keith is the Founder of 'Operation: Beloved Communities for PEACE', co-Founder of  the Martin Luther King PEACE WALK and PARADE (2004-2005 to Present with Denise Rolark-Barnes and Yango Sawyer)  and a Civil and Human Rights Activist for more than 40 years. Keith was a long time head of the DC Chapter of the organization Dr. King started and we will be talking about the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King 50 years after his death.

Guest, Keith Silver

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Keith Silver
Keith Silver
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Founder of Operation Beloved Communities for Peace and MLK Peace Walk
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Keith Silver is the Founder of 'Operation: Beloved Communities for PEACE', co-Founder of  the Martin Luther King PEACE WALK and PARADE (2004-2005 to Present with Denise Rolark-Barnes and Yango Sawyer)  and a long time Civil and Human Rights Activist.

Keith has a 46 year history with Southern Christian Leadership Conference  (SCLC) -  (Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Founding President);  served 8 years as SCLC National Staff, in the Dr. Joseph E. Lowery, Administration; Washington DC/SCLC Chapter President, 2007-2014; and daily worked with King Family Members from 1982 to Present.

Mr. Silver has a 35 Year History with UNITED BLACK FUND, as Staff, Consultant, or Volunteer; United Black Fund: Last Man Hired By UBF Founding President, Dr. Calvin Rolark, in 1992; Former DC Council Staff to Hon. Wilhelmina J. Rolark, until 1992; Stayed on Board with Hon Wilihelmina Rolark, when she succeeded Dr. Rolark as President, in 1994; UBF Volunteer, in past 13 years with Barry LeNoir, President; and served 4-Term ANC Commissioner in Washington, DC .

He graduated Anacostia High School, Class of 1971 in Washington, DC and graduated Antioch School of Law, Certified Paralegal, Class of 1978, Deans Jean and Edgar Cahn.

Additional Background

- Honorable Rev. Walter E. Fauntroy is my Pastor.

- Served as Original Temptation "Eddie Kendricks" Community Assistant from 1982 Temptation ReUnion 

  Tour, until Eddie passed in 1992 due to Lung Cancer.

- Served as "Community Assistant" to Legendary Dick Gregory, 1999 until Aug. 2018.

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