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Red and yellow, black and white–there’s no color supremacy!

The idea that one skin color outranks another is myth, manipulation, and madness. Skin-color has nothing to do with the quality of a human being. Absolutely nothing! To call a certain skin color unacceptable and use it as justification for … Continue reading

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The truest patriotism

The truest patriotism is to treat everyone with the eternal values of freedom, equality, and justice, stated in American documents. All nations are temporary forms of government that exist for days, years, generations, or centuries, and then vanish away. However, … Continue reading

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America’s Forgotten Freedom Fighters (Like Harriet Tubman)

The PBS series, The Abolitionists, focuses on forgotten American freedom fighters — William Lloyd Garrison, Angelina Grimke, Frederick Douglas, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and John Brown (more about Brown in the 3rd paragraph from the end of this article). How many … Continue reading

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Why Was The Army In Little Rock, AR In 1957?

In 1957 I was a six-year-old in Little Rock, Arkansas.  I had a lot of company there as members of the Army’s 101st Airborne Division joined us in the city. At the time I didn’t really understand what was going on; … Continue reading

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Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Septima Clarck, & Miles Horton in Monteagle, TN

Here is a little known fact of American history. Monteagle, Tennessee could be called the cradle of the Civil Rights Movement. Before the Civil Rights Movement began, Martin Luther King, Jr., Ralph Abernathy, Rosa Parks and many other future leaders … Continue reading

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Was Jesus Whipped In America?

Millions of people around the world have seen the stunning and horrifying images of whipping and torture in the movie The Passion of The Christ produced by Mel Gibson. It is deeply moving to see what Jesus was put through … 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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