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Designate I-85 the “Civil Rights Freedomway”


It is my suggestion that Interstate 85 (I-85) Between Virginia and Alabama should be named the Civil Rights Freedomway. I make this suggestion because of the large number of important historical sites of the Civil Rights era located along or … Continue reading

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“In Between: Memoir of an Integration Baby” by Rev. Dr. Mark Morrison-Reed


NOTE: This post was first published on my other blog – Panethos.wordpress.com. The topic is so important, I felt it should also be posted here.  I first met Rev. Dr. Mark Morrison-Reed several weeks ago when he spoke at my church and gave … Continue reading

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Review of “In Between: Memoir of an Integration Baby” by Rev. Dr. Mark Morrison-Reed


I first met Rev. Dr. Mark Morrison-Reed several weeks ago when he spoke at my church and gave the sermon on Sunday morning. Upon hearing about his life story which led him to becoming an Unitarian Universalist minister, I decided to … Continue reading

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