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The Struggle for our County’s Soul

Goddess bless the Rolling Stone. They “call the ball.” You do see this, right-? You can’t possibly still be missing that this authoritarian character from…

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We Must Live Together As Brothers…

On April 4th, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. left his room at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis TN to have dinner with colleagues and discuss the march planned in support of the striking Memphis sanitation workers. Seconds later a single shot was fired and sparked what may go down as the bloodiest and most violent year in American history.

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Dr. King’s Life and Death

Eminently quotable, the most searing and profound words of King still ring true at a time when to many our nation appears rudderless, rude and without moral bearing: “Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.”

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The 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing In Birmingham: 50 Years Later

  “This afternoon we gather in the quiet of this sanctuary to pay our last tribute of respect to these beautiful children of God. They…

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Barack Obama: A Unique Historic Figure

Politicians will be politicians, and we should hold EVERY politician’s feet to the fire. But when you consider that Black people have been trudging all…

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Dreams To Remember

This week we remembered and celebrated the 50th anniversary of what has been called the most important speech the 20th Century. Much has been written…

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