Tag Archive: civil rights

26
Feb

Black Americans must be part of telling own story

The sad state of black affairs is the trolling for black votes and misrepresentation of its importance to the state of affairs of this nation. One thing has been clear in the Democratic debates: the fact that black folks are […]

21
Jan

King vs. Kaepernick: Classic Civil Rights versus Black Lives Matter (Part 2)

Click here for part 1 One of the major contrasting issues is always to make plain or clear the purpose of protest or direct action. Dr. King had a plan to bring opposing sides to the negotiating table. It is […]

19
Jan

King vs. Kaepernick: Classic Civil Rights versus Black Lives Matter (Part 1)

Recently I sat down to reread the classic “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.” It was awe-inspiring and eye-opening to, again, call to remembrance Dr. King’s compelling defense and strategy during the early Civil Rights movement against the backdrop of criticism […]

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