Tag Archive: Dr. Martin Luther King

Jan 20

MLK Day of Service

Hello Friends and Happy Monday Today most of you are off from work in honor of MLK Day of Service.  If you are looking for volunteer opportunities in your area please check the All For Good website, and in Delaware click (here).  In addition to the many volunteer opportunities there are also local family events for …

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Aug 24

50 Years After The Dream

I HAVE A DREAM – 50 YEARS LATER “Next week, the first black U.S. president, a living symbol of the racial progress civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. dreamed about, will stand near the spot where King stood 50 years ago and say where he believes the nation should be headed.” – Washington (AP) …

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Jan 21

OOTD – Inauguration Day

Hello Friends and Happy Inauguration Day AND Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day As I sit at my desk watching the live stream coverage of Inauguration Day Ceremonies, my heart is filled with pride yet heavy with sadness.  Dr. King would have been very proud of President Obama, yet very disappointed at the hatred so prevalent in …

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Jan 20

OOTD – Sunday Service

Hello Friends and Happy Sunday This morning’s Church service was good, unfortunately the building was without heat but our souls was warmed by the Word.   I hope the rest of your day goes well and if you are off tomorrow for Dr. King’s Birthday, (I’m not), enjoy and be a blessing to someone!   I …

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Jan 15

OOTD – Two-Toned Tuesday

Hello Friends and Happy Tuesday! Today we reflect on what would have been the 84th Birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a great man…can you imagine what might have been had he lived? RIP Dr. King The tone of the day is drab and dreary not only does it describe the weather it’s also …

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Jan 15

Happy Birthday Dr. King, Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 1.15.29 to 4.4.68 Stevie Wonder’s, Happy Birthday Tribute song – here     

Sep 28

Michael Eric Dyson in “Why You Should VOTE”

Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, was a guest speaker last night at the University of Delaware, in Trabant Hall. The event was presented by CPAB and co-sponsored by Center for Black Culture. The evening started with a tribute to Fannie Lou Hamer by Ms. Glenis Redmond, poet and author. The program was free and open to …

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Sep 28

Michael Eric Dyson in "Why You Should VOTE"

Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, was a guest speaker last night at the University of Delaware, in Trabant Hall. The event was presented by CPAB and co-sponsored by Center for Black Culture. The evening started with a tribute to Fannie Lou Hamer by Ms. Glenis Redmond, poet and author. The program was free and open to …

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