Posts Tagged: Martin Luther King

Who Honored Martin Luther King Jr.’s Memory Best?

When it comes to honoring Dr. King on MLK Day, compare and contrast. While the top Democratic presidential contenders celebrated Martin Luther King Jr’s legacy in a show of unity linking arm and arm with each other and civil rights

Who Honored Martin Luther King Jr.’s Memory Best?

When it comes to honoring Dr. King on MLK Day, compare and contrast. While the top Democratic presidential contenders celebrated Martin Luther King Jr’s legacy in a show of unity linking arm and arm with each other and civil rights

vintage ant gun violence ad

Gun Violence R.I.P.

Have we at long last begun the end to senseless gun violence? In July 1969, a full-page ad in the Sunday  N.Y. Times posed a request to the American public: Hold onto this page for 1 year and hope and

vintage ant gun violence ad

Gun Violence R.I.P.

Have we at long last begun the end to senseless gun violence? In July 1969, a full-page ad in the Sunday  N.Y. Times posed a request to the American public: Hold onto this page for 1 year and hope and

Newspaper headline John Lennon Shot

John Lennon The Day the Music Died

“I read the news today, oh boy….” On another chilly Monday in December nearly 40 years ago, a gunshot extinguished the remaining idealism of a generation. A brief, violent moment and hope had died yet again for me That the

Newspaper headline John Lennon Shot

John Lennon The Day the Music Died

“I read the news today, oh boy….” On another chilly Monday in December nearly 40 years ago, a gunshot extinguished the remaining idealism of a generation. A brief, violent moment and hope had died yet again for me That the

John & Robert Kennedy

50 Years of Gun Violence- R.I.P.

Keep Hope Alive In July 1969, a full-page ad in the Sunday  NY Times posed a request to the American public: Hold onto this page for 1 year and hope and pray it ended. The hopeful ad  appeared  one  year

John & Robert Kennedy

50 Years of Gun Violence- R.I.P.

Keep Hope Alive In July 1969, a full-page ad in the Sunday  NY Times posed a request to the American public: Hold onto this page for 1 year and hope and pray it ended. The hopeful ad  appeared  one  year

Martin Luther King

Keeping Hope Alive

Gun Violence R.I.P. In July 1969, a full-page ad in the Sunday  NY Times posed a request to the American public: Hold onto this page for 1 year and hope and pray it ended. The hopeful ad  appeared  one  year

Martin Luther King

Keeping Hope Alive

Gun Violence R.I.P. In July 1969, a full-page ad in the Sunday  NY Times posed a request to the American public: Hold onto this page for 1 year and hope and pray it ended. The hopeful ad  appeared  one  year