Listening to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

By: Sandra Castillo
Manship senior and diversity committee member 

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We celebrate his legacy every year, but are we remembering his purpose correctly? 680 more words



I just watched Selma.
I have been enlightened, not just by the history and content of the film, but in awe of the courage it took to stand for their freedom. 293 more words

Gods Love

Varsity scores and schedule


Tuesday’s results

Boys basketball

Clarkstown North at Scarsdale, ppd

New Rochelle at White Plains, ppd

Pleasantville at Edgemont, ppd

Hen Hud at Panas, ppd., 651 more words


Cornel West: Why Malcolm X Still Speaks Truth to Power

Smithsonian Magazine: Malcolm X was music in motion. He was jazz in motion, and, of course, jazz is improvisation, swing and the blues. Malcolm had all three of those things. 112 more words


Don't let her be misunderstood: Nina Simone’s shadow side is on display in Liz Garbus’s new doc

PARK CITY, UTAH • She was young, gifted and black: This much we know about Nina Simone. But the woman born Eunice Kathleen Waymon had a shadow side that filmmaker Liz Garbus brings to light in… 620 more words


Martin Luther King Jr 1963 Emancipation Proclamation stamps signed

Block of four five-cent stamps issued in 1963 to honor the centennial of the Emancipation Proclamation, 2.25 x 4, signed in blue ballpoint, “Best wishes, Martin Luther King.” Poor contrast of the signature against the background of the same color, otherwise fine condition. 43 more words

RR Autograph Auction

Nikki Giovanni is Good for the Soul

Last night, Jennifer and I had the privilege of seeing the amazing, writer, poet, activist, and educator, Nikki Giovanni live. This little old lady, full of life, spunk, and humor, won my heart. 539 more words