Tag: MLK Day

I Miss Martin Luther King

I miss militancy. I miss radicals. I miss relentless insistence. I miss confrontation. I miss fearlessness. I miss anger. I miss eloquence. I miss clarity. I miss innocence and guilt. I miss the love of justice. I miss the power. I miss my obligation.… Continue Reading “I Miss Martin Luther King”

April 4, 1968

4 of 18 When Martin Luther King, Jr. was killed 45 years ago today in plain daylight, standing on the balcony of a motel, not hurting anyone, just standing there unarmed, unthreatening, with his colleagues nearby, and a city surrounding him, it was the… Continue Reading “April 4, 1968”

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