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Letter From a Birmingham Jail

In these days of political upheaval and disagreement, it’s easy to forget that great transformation can only come out of great struggle. It’s even easier to lose track of the importance of small weapons wielded with great strength. 690 more words

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6月19日はジューンティーンス独立記念日 Juneteenth Independence Day

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Unconscious Racism - Martin Luther King's Nightmare?

In 1963, at the March on Washington, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous speech
„ I have a Dream“.

Back then, racism and segregation were part of the daily lives of African Americans and the Civil Rights Movement was the trigger of equality which would end racism. 776 more words


Which party's general election manifesto are you?

Iknew the answer to this question, or assumed I did, before any of my interviews began. It was frankly meant to function just as a kind of throat-clearing, an easing into a more substantive conversation about politics — a  3,233 more words


Review: 1968

Rating: ★★★

I received this book for free through LibraryThing’s Early Reviewers. 

1968 was a fascinating year. This book was not. 

I was really looking forward to reading this book because I wanted to learn more about this pivotal year in history. 199 more words

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Moments in History: Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

We’d explored the site of the 1996 Olympics and learned about the World of Coca-Cola, but before we could leave Atlanta, we needed to take in a little history.  617 more words

Moments In History

Trying to Feel Peaceful in Vietnam over Violent Protests.

Thich Nhat Hahn

Whenever I feel like the world around me is chaotic, I go to Thich Nhat Hahn’s meditations. He was a Vietnamese monk excommunicated during the War. 105 more words