Tag Archives: Martin Luther King

From fear to eternity

People fail to get along because they fear each other; they fear each other because they don’t know each other; they don’t know each other because they have not communicated with each other.        – Dr. Martin Luther King, … Continue reading

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He had a dream

If we ever needed to remember Martin Luther King, Jr., it is now. Racism is raising its ugly head all over the western world. The needs of immigrants and refugees are pressing the issue. The shape of the world is … Continue reading

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Who is the real strong one?

Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God. Matthew 5:9 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was a true child of God. He was a messenger of peace in a time of grave conflict. His influence and … Continue reading

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Shed A Little Light

Let us turn our thoughts today To Martin Luther King – from “Shed A Little Light” by James Taylor 1965 was a watershed year for civil rights in America. It was a turbulent, wrenching birth of a new way of … Continue reading

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Let Love rule

When you look at our country socially and economically, you can conclude that much been accomplished in America since Dr. King marched. I mean, we have an African American president, for heaven’s sake. What would he think of that? Well, … Continue reading

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He walked

Freed a lot of people But it seems the good they die young I just look around and he’s gone – lyrics by Dick Holler, as sung by Dion Today we commemorate the life of a good man. Not a … Continue reading

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The Capitol March for the Dream

Mike, one of our readers in Sacramento, California, who also leads a high school band, has the distinction of joining me for lunch every day. At least that’s how he describes reading the Catch every day at school on his … Continue reading

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Integrated Bus Suggestions

Many thanks to our reader who provided us with this unusual slice of history – a list of suggestions provided by Martin Luther King, Jr. for African American bus riders following the Supreme Court ruling in 1956 to desegregate busses. … Continue reading

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