Monthly Archives: May 2011

What Martin Luther King, Jr. Might Say to Americans Being Crushed by Profit


For Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday (1/20) of 2014, I’m reposting these excerpts from his last book of essays, The Trumpet of Conscience, 1968—written as he planned a people’s occupation of Washington DC. And I hope you’ll consider how horribly … Continue reading

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Governor Patrick Proclaims May 1st Thomas Morton Day in Massachusetts!


Greetings! Governor Deval Patrick has issued a Proclamation declaring May 1st to be Thomas Morton Day in Massachusetts—in honor of this intrepid and good-humored Englishman who made a success of his trading post by treating Native Americans with respect, while … Continue reading

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