Tag Archives: human-rights

A CHANGE MUST COME!

We must ask ourselves why people who are on or below the middle rungs of the economic ladder do not support social uplift processes that would help them become more financially solvent. Continue reading

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America, Wake Up!

In the last section of the final chapter of his June 1967 book, Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community?, Martin Luther King, Jr., focuses on the evils of racism, economic exploitation, and militarism. Analyzing and assessing the … Continue reading

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GUN VIOLENCE

As a nonviolent activist and pacifist, I am opposed to the resolution of conflict, both interpersonal and international included, by bullets.  As Martin Luther King, Jr., has stated, we have allowed our technology to outdistance our theology.  The increased access … Continue reading

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KUDOS TO GAY RIGHTS DEFENDERS

Finally, somebody got it right!  We are living in a time where many seem to want to return to the ostensibly halcyon days when states chose whether or not they wanted to abide by anti-discrimination laws.  Segregation, though upheld by … Continue reading

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HOLDER’S DEFENSE OF MURDER

Now, it is clear to me why Pres. Barack Obama and his administration have not made good on the promise to address due process at Guantanamo and to bring war crimes to bear upon the Bush Administration.  He wanted the … Continue reading

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