Posts Tagged ‘Martin Luther King Jr.’
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I have nothing insightful to say about Martin Luther King Jr. or his legacy that hasn’t already been said. So instead I’d like to share my three favorite tributes from this year’s Martin Luther King Day. First is The Seattle Times’ wonderful compilation of biographies and articles. The reflections about Dr. King are especially moving, […]
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Tags: American history, civil rights, human rights, Martin Luther King Jr., postaday2011, racism, segregation
Today marks the birthday of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. His work forever changed our nation, and his vision continues to shape our lives to this day. But sadly, some of the civil rights we take so for granted here are still just a fleeting dream in other parts of the globe. Last week […]
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