Fifty years have passed since that faithful day in Montgomery, Alabama, when the world watched the solidarity of a disenfranchised people. People of all colors were standing up and throwing their hands in the air to celebrate the triumphant victory, which commemorated the fact that change had come and a new day was dawning.
Oppression is What We are Doing to Ourselves Now. Oppressive Thinking Keeps You in The Slave Mentality
When will black communities come around to believing it to they don’t have to remain victims.Others have thrived, let go of the slave mentality.
Respect yourself by the "content of your character" and not "color of your skin"
It still takes a village!
Such as MLK’s speech.
This is an essay on Fences by August Wilson.
This article delves into a bit of the legacy of MLK and covers accolades that many people are unaware of.
Celebrate and honor the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by serving in your community on MLK, Jr. Day. Here are a few ideas. For more volunteer opportunities, visit allforgood.org.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was the youngest man to have received the Nobel Peace Prize at the age of thirty-five. He was born Michael Luther King Jr. on January 15, 1929,
We have a saying down here in the south, “what doesn’t kill you will only make you stronger.” In light of global developments or lack thereof, here are some of my thoughts regarding just that.
Interesting historical facts about events that happened in the month of April, over the decades.
My opinion about the whole Nobel Prize thing…read on.