A crowd gathered outside of Faneuil Hall, the evening before the holiday, to pay tribute to the civil rights activist.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Uncle Will’s grandmother, my spouse’s great-grandmother, was born into slavery and died as a free woman at the age of 108. Sometime during Reconstruction (1863-1877), the great-grandmother accrued a small plot of farmland that now awaits its fate, as her brood scrape together enough money to keep it.
Distinguishing between commercializing and communicating MLK’s message
Our job in keeping King’s dream alive is to be part of a participatory government—local and national—that is feverishly working to dismantle all existing discriminatory laws and practices that truncate full participation of its citizens in the fight to advance democracy.
Why we should stand with those who stand on the highways.
The last few days have been a coming out party for closeted Archie Bunkers.