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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is famous as Mahatma which in Sanskrit means “high-souled”. He was born in British India in 1893. His origins are Hindu. Gandhi went in South Africa to work and there he was shocked and surprised by the way the Indian immigrants were treated. 283 more words



Musicians using music for non-violent protest, tell the truth about what’s going on.

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Are Black Americans Rejecting God-Righteousness for Self-Righteousness?

Over a week ago Americans celebrated the birthday of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. But just what did America celebrate?

America seems to celebrate everything about Martin Luther King, Jr. 724 more words

Sistah's Soapbox

In times of protest and resistance, let's not forget lessons of the past.

Over the past few years – be it from recent developments in Ferguson, Missouri or the Hong Kong protests, Cairo’s Tahrir Square and the Arab Spring, the Occupy movement or even from less widely reported demonstrations such as those occurring in… 725 more words

Social Justice

do not look away...three books of weighty civil rights history

Monday is MLK Day, 2015. I’ll have a list of five picture books then to add to those you can already find in the Subject Index. 1,335 more words



I have a dream
#Je suis Charlie
Express Yourself
Be not afraid
Life, Liberty, and the
Pursuit of Happiness
#Je suis Charlie
Of the People, By the People, 43 more words


Attorney General Eric Holder Announces Plan To End Racial Profiling “Once And For All”

Addressing the state of race and policing relations, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced Monday that he plans to introduce new policies that will end racial profiling “once and for all.” 569 more words