Tag Archives: Civil rights movement

Letter from Birmingham Jail

Today we are reminded of the life and work of Martin Luther King and many other courageous men and women who fought, non-violently, against discrimination and injustice and for the right of all people to live in the reality of … Continue reading

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A Lesson from the Civil Rights Movement

LIVING AS APPRENTICES January 19 is the celebration of Martin Luther King’s Birthday.  The powerful movie Selma has been released. And February will be Black History month in America. With this backdrop, I listened today, spellbound, to an  interview  with John … Continue reading

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I Have a Dream

A year ago or so, my cousin Dan (a cousin on my father’s side of the family) who lives in Florida paid a visit.  I mention my father’s side because that fact meant that I had very little connection with him; … Continue reading

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