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Faith of A Mustard Seed

Now more than 6 mos.  Story of Montgomery is fifty thousand Negroes tired of oppression and injustice and willing to walk and walk and walk. First, use a taxi.  Agreed

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Faith of A Mustard Seed

In June of 1956, both Martin Luther King, Jr. and A. Philip Randolph were speakers for the Forty-Seventh Annual NAACP Convention in San Francisco.  King’s Message for this Occasion was

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Claiming to be color-blind

We live in an imperfect world where people are not always treated equally depending on the color of their skin. It is wrong and unfortunate, but that is the reality that exists—in some countries more so than others. One’s color

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Trump, the MLK Holiday, and the Big Lie

(TriceEdneyWire.com) — Did you see how former President Donald Trump spent Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend? He made one of the ugliest appeals to racial resentment and White grievance that I have seen in decades. Trump was speaking at a

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