Tag Archives: Martin Luther King

Out of the Mountain of Despair, a Stone of Hope

This is the first time in Washington, DC, that I have been able to visit the Martin Luther King, Jr, Memorial.  I walked there last night, but was in a hurry, and there were a lot of other visitors around, … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King, Jr

Martin Luther King Day, 2017 “Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution“ was the title of the commencement address Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr, delivered at Oberlin College in 1965. “There are all too many people who, in some great period of … Continue reading

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Robert Kennedy Announces Death of Martin Luther King in Indianapolis

In these days of racial tension and violence and Black Lives Matter, I’d like to share, again, a video I made of photos I took at the Kennedy King Memorial, with audio of Dr. King’s speech just before he was … Continue reading

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