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Poor People’s Campaign – 2018

By: Todd Smekens Fifty Years Later MLK’s Poor People’s Campaign Begins Muncie, IN Blog – Everyone is familiar with Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.’s work on the non-violent civil rights movement in the 1960’s which assisted in the passing of the Civil Rights Act in 1964. Former President John F Kennedy introduced the bill to […]

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Martin Luther King, Jr. – Courage

In Honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968) Muncie, IN BLOG – Today we celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., and while we acknowledge and promote his birthday, we seldom look deeply at his […]

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Checking in 50 Years After “The Dream”; How is Indiana Doing? Remembering MLK

Photo: Martin Luther King Monument, Washington, D.C. -Associated Press MLK Goes Unobserved in Some Indiana Schools; Checking in 50 Years after “The Dream” How easy it is to underestimate the significance of a great or small thing when we don’t have a dog in that fight. That’s not to say that third-person victories or stunning […]

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What Being the Whitest Black Guy Really Means in the Heartland; Checking in-50 Years After “The Dream”

What Being the Whitest Black Guy REALLY Means in the Heartland; Checking in- 50 Years after “The Dream” By- Aimee Fant   Photo: Associated Press, USA- August 24th 2013 How very easy it is to underestimate the significance of a great or small thing, when we don’t have a dog in that fight. That’s not to say that […]