Stop the Violence Rally pays tribute to Dr. King

Congrats were extended to community activist Pam Greer for organizing a MLK Stop the Violence Rally and Concert. More than 30 Hip Hop and Rap artists from across the South came together to spread the word that the world needs more love, compassion and cooperation. The all-day event was held on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012 at Limitless, located at 4731 N. State Street in Jackson, MS.  Owners Kevin Edmondson (center) and Calvin Irving are pictured welcoming rapper Bandana Slimm (left). Artists who took to the stage were presented a Certificate of Appreciation for lending their talent to the salute to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Greer is pictured presenting a Certificate of Appreciation to rapper Lee SC. The event was a family affair. LaDaisia Keeton, with a little help from her sister Lillian, 3, got a head start on her 8th birthday, which fell this year on the official King holiday, Jan. 16. With a marker in hand,  Jeanette “MsNightlyfe” Young of Houston, TX, added “R.I.P.” to the paper Wall of Remembrance provided for rally goers to share their thoughts in words of fallen loved ones to violence. Among those realizing King’ s dream of taking command of your future in a construction manner. was Team Swanky, featuring Asyah J. who is managed by Hustle Montana. Others were

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