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You might be unracist if . . .

The vast majority of Americans claim (and believe) that they are not racists. However, in an unracist society, race isn’t an issue. You might be unracist if you look at faces and don’t see races. You might be unracist if … Continue reading

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Quotes About How War Is Failure

Here are some quotations about how resorting to the violence of war is failure.  Personally, I believer war to be humanity’s greatest failure.  So why is war applauded and lauded, glorified and honored by our culture?  Is failure something that we should encourage?  Shouldn’t … Continue reading

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Ralph Abernathy Said What!

Famous Civil Rights leader, Ralph Abernathy, was a campus speaker when I was in college at The University of Tennessee Martin. In a packed ball room he told about his experiences in the Civil Rights Movement and about working with … Continue reading

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America’s Bravest Supreme Court Justice — John Marshall Harlan

Although I didn’t rank John Marshall Harlan in my Top 10 Greatest Americans, I do consider him to be American’s Brave Supreme Court Justice ever. In 1896, seven men heard Homer Plessy’s story about being forbidden to ride in the “whites … Continue reading

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My Second Greatest American — Martin Luther King, Jr.

On this blog I have been counting down my top 10 greatest Americans of all time based on their personal commitment to (and servce for) the principles of “all men are created equal” and “liberty and justice for all”. My second … Continue reading

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Top Ten Greatest Americans #10 — Dorothy Day

This is the first in a series of 10 articles that incorporate black history into American history with a list of my personal Top Ten Greatest Americans.   Number ten is Dorothy Day. “No one has a right to sit down … Continue reading

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