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REMEMBERING THE LEGACY OF MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.

I grew up in the segregated South at the height of the Civil Rights Movement. On our black and white television, I watched the March on Washington and often read in the papers about unrest, civil disobedience, and beatings of black … Continue reading

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GOOD NEWS: RACISM IS NOT A HEREDITARY DISEASE

Growing up in the South, I am only one generation removed from racism. When my father said the N-word, I felt an overwhelming sense of shame. Recently I found out that my paternal grandfather was a member of the KKK, … Continue reading

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