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Martin Luther King, blacks, Vietnam, & Russia

Blacks have come a long way. On 4 April 1968, their civil rights warrior, Martin Luther King, Jr., was cut down by an assassin’s bullet while standing on a hotel balcony in Memphis. The Tet Offensive had only occurred three … Continue reading

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The Help, civil rights, and letting go

The Help It’s that time of the year when black people prepare to go to 7:00 am Martin Luther King breakfasts and Hollywood rolls out any movie starring a black person in the lead. Tonight, for the first time, I’m … Continue reading

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Dr. King Would be Totally Out of Place Today

Dr. Martin Luther King would have felt very out of place with his so-called torch bearers today. While he emphasized freedom and liberty, today’s black leaders focus on corporate and social oppression in the form of over regulating financial markets … Continue reading

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