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MLK and the Moral Foundation of Social Justice that is Missing Today

In light of America’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr day on Monday, I thought it would be helpful for us to look into the stark contrast between civil rights activism done back then, versus the way it’s being done today. Whenever you address the fight of civil rights, MLK …

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Is America Truly Land of the Free?

In the current climate of police shootings, protests that get out of hand, and growing racial tensions that sometimes are backed by political divides, you hear the term “civil rights” tossed around frequently. But does that term fit every situation that we see, especially when it is between the citizens …

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Ben Carson & Donald Trump Agree: Harriet Tubman Wrong for $20 Bill

Former presidential candidate Ben Carson appeared on Fox News (sounds like the start of a joke, and pretty much is) to voice his opinion regarding Harriet Tubman replacing Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill.  He voices his disapproval, parroting Donald Trump so much so that it almost feels like someone wrote the same …

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