James Reeb: An Angel Too Soon

Not all that have fought and died for this country did so in the military. There are many unsung heroes and martyrs who gave their lives on our own soil to make this a better place. Minister James Reeb is one of them. His story should be known. Photo Credit: Clarion Ledger On March 7, […]

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Pushing Through the Mountain

On what would have been his 90th birthday, I find myself reflecting upon my last visit to the Martin Luther King Memorial in Washington D.C. a few years ago.   The monument, the man, and the Movement are too often misunderstood. The monument fittingly shows him to emerge from a mountain. The mountain represents the […]

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Before Moving Forward, Protestors Should Look Back at August 28, 1963

Today is the 54th anniversary of perhaps the most successful protest ever, the “March On Washington”, which included Dr. Martin Luther King’s famous “I have a Dream” speech.  That day changed America.  It made a number of Americans who had previously been observing the civil rights movement with folded arms and one eyebrow raised change […]

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