Yesterday was the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr holiday. I’ve written many posts over the years about Dr. King so I decided to skip it this year and concentrate on a part of his message from the past. Let’s start with this quote: David via Compfight “People are often led to causes and often become […]

Today is the celebration of the anniversary of the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, otherwise known as the King Holiday, even though his birthday was last week. There will be some celebrations, some parties, some federal and state offices closed here and there… and a lot of nothing elsewhere. Hey, that’s just how […]

Last year when I wrote about the 41st Anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, I highlighted some of the things that had happened in the first few months of President Obama’s administration that related to race, and I was none too happy about any of it. I didn’t think Dr. King […]

This is the enduring image from this date, April 4, 1968, the last day alive for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. To many people today, this picture looks staged, but it’s the real deal. Dr. King was assassinated at 6:01PM at a hotel in Memphis, Tennessee, there supporting garbage workers on strike, and his killing […]