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Woman of the Week

Our woman of the week is Rosa Parks (February 4, 1913 – October 24, 2005)

Rosa Parks, born Rosa Louise McCauley played a big role in the fight against racism and segregation.  119 more words

Life And Living

What matters, comes after

I took a trip to Germany years ago. One of the places we stopped was a cemetery.  The person I was with commented on all the swastikas on the graves of the WWII soldiers. 636 more words

Southern Statue Removal is Wrong: Here is a much better idea!

Confederate flags, nazis, white “supremacists”, statues of the Civil War losers – these are all things we could do without. But removing symbols and statues, fighting, killing or being killed to do so is completely wrong. 310 more words

World Politics

Throwback: The Henry Ford Museum 

In 2013, I had the opportunity to visit the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. The museum is about more than just Ford. It reviews the industrial revolution and American manufacturing. 105 more words

Car Show


Lord, let me be the kind of person

who holds Ruby Bridges’ hand

to offer my seat to Rosa Parks

to shelter Ann Frank

to step in front of a baton… 53 more words

Cryptoquote Spoiler - 08/16/17

“I have learned over the years that when one’s mind is made up, this diminishes fear; knowing what must be done does away with fear.”   —   Rosa Parks… 252 more words


Rosa Parks

Let’s begin our incredible journey of women with Rosa Parks; she was born on February 4th 1913 and passed away October 24th 2005.

If you haven’t heard of Rosa Parks, well, where have you been?! 134 more words