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Dodge Commercial Slammed As Disgrace on Twitter for Use

The Super Bowl has aired its share of controversial commercial ads over the years, but this one was of a different variety. Fans watching the Philadelphia Eagles face off against the New England Patriots on Super Bowl Sunday caught a 30-second Dodge Ram commercial that was apparently meant to evoke patriotism through its use of a Dr. Martin Luther King speech.But most folks weren’t feeling it and Ram Trucks has issued a response.Airing on Sunday, Feb. 4, the 50th anniversary of King’s “The Drum Major Instinct” speech, the truck advertisement used portions of the speech as images of blue-collar Americans, a dog rescue and a soldier hugging his son were spliced between Ram trucks driving through the terrain.All of this as King began, “If you want to be important, wonderful. If you want to be recognized, wonderful. If you want to be great wonderful. But recognize that he who is greatest among you shall be your servant.”It didn’t sit well with fans.“That was a disrespectful Ram commercial esp during #BlackHistoryMonth,” someone tweeted.Another put it in a more visceral way.“I want to punch that Dodge Ram commercial in the face.”“Are you kidding me?” a tweet read. “This #RAM commercial cannibalizing an MLK sermon to try and sell trucks is a f—— disgrace. #SuperBowl.”Me after that MLK Dodge Ram commercial pic.twitter.com/3TEVZgtvaZ— Kameron Bonaparte (@KillaKam1947) February 5, 2018 That one Black Marketing intern at Dodge Ram coming into work tomorrow. #SuperBowl pic.twitter.com/zDov0MZQpT— NUFF (@nuffsaidNY) February 5, 2018Yet Ram Trucks says it worked closely with King’s estate to create the ad.“Their representatives were a very important part of the creative approval process every step of the way,” the statement released in the early hours of Monday, Feb. 5 read.Intellectual Properties Management Inc. Eric D. Tidwell, managing director of the organization which handles King’s speeches and intellectual property, added the following.“We found that the overall message of the ad embodied Dr. King’s philosophy that true greatness is achieved by serving others,” the statement from the late King’s son, Dexter King, said. “Thus we decided to be a part of Ram’s ‘Built To Serve’ Super Bowl program.”pic.twitter.com/c8mXipoPkD— RamTrucks (@RamTrucks) February 5, 2018The King Center tweeted earlier that Dexter King’s sister, Bernice King, nor the center itself controls the use of the civil rights martyrs words or likeness for such things.Neither @TheKingCenter nor @BerniceKing is the entity that approves the use of #MLK’s words or imagery for use in merchandise, entertainment (movies, music, artwork, etc) or advertisement, including tonight’s @Dodge #SuperBowl commercial.— The King Center (@TheKingCenter) February 5, 2018 read more

SDSU West says title does not violate education code

first_imgFormer city attorney talks about @SDSUWest initiative https://t.co/95Uh1vJcYi#KUSINews pic.twitter.com/6zRgzweHDM— KUSI News (@KUSINews) March 27, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, Posted: March 27, 2018 What’s in a name? Councilman Scott Sherman shares why the title of the SDSU West initiative may violate the state education code. https://t.co/8dchSYecg0 pic.twitter.com/5NnnUsXi5X— KUSI News (@KUSINews) March 26, 2018Former city attorney Jan Goldsmith also weighed in about SDSU West. SDSU West says title does not violate education code Video Playerhttp://www.kusi.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/sdsu-west-response.mp4Media error: Format(s) not supported or source(s) not foundmejs.download-file: http://www.kusi.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/sdsu-west-response.mp4?_=100:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Kim Kilkenny of the SDSU West Steering Committee explains why they used SDSU’s name in the title of their initiative and whether the initiative requires the building of a stadium.Yesterday, Councilman Scott Sherman said the title of the SDSU West initiative violated the education code because it included the university’s name.center_img KUSI Newsroom Updated: 11:35 AM March 27, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: kim kilkenny, sdsu stadium, SDSU West, SoccerCity, Stadium Site FacebookTwitterlast_img read more