Category Archives: Martin Luther King Jr

What is the Point of a Martin Luther King JR Holiday?

If not to challenge all of us to recognize and celebrate the brotherhood of all humanity, despite one’s ethnicity, nationality, race, gender, socioeconomic status, religion, politic bent–and in the process, we create safer space for all. It’s time for us … Continue reading

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On Silence

“There comes a time when silence is betrayal.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.

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To Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr

When you come to my home, it will not take you very long to notice the framed photo of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr at a podium, with his left hand on a Bible and the caption “I Have A … Continue reading

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Don’t blame Martin Luther King Jr!

The course of human history has seen–time and time again–the raising up of men and women, from every walk of life, to be agents of change, when a given society tends to be in moral chaos and is in the … Continue reading

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