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Martin Luther King’s Three Most Important Speeches

January 21, 2010

Time to Break Silence Speech  Martin Luther King delivered one of his most notable statements and speeches- Time to Break Silence- on the Vietnam War on April 4, 1967, exactly one year before he was assassinated.  This speech demonstrated the integrity and courage of King to stand and go it alone in criticizing the...
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Ten Essential Books on Martin Luther King, Jr.

January 18, 2010

As we begin the second decade of the twenty-first century, the celebration of the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr. provides us with lessons and insight into many of the problems we face in the twenty-first century. To be sure, most of the problems of the twenty-first century have their roots in...
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Kwanzaa Wishes for 2010

January 2, 2010

2010 begins the second decade of the 21st century.  The first decade produced a historical accomplishment for African Americans and America- the election of the first African American President.  While this election of Barack Obama dwarfs any other achievement in the first decade and should never be minimized, a large percentage of African Americans...
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Seventh Day of Kwanzaa:FAITH/Imani

January 1, 2010

Kwanzaa is now observed as a national holiday by countless people in homes schools and public and private institutions across the United States.  Like African American History Month, Kwanzaa is a part of the cultural fabric of America and is a special time for African Americans to celebrate the joys of family and community,...
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Sixth Day of Kwanzaa- Kuumba/CREATIVITY

December 31, 2009

Kwanzaa is now observed as a national holiday by countless people in homes schools and public and private institutions across the United States.  Like African American History Month, Kwanzaa is a part of the cultural fabric of America and is a special time for African Americans to celebrate the joys of family and community,...
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Fifth Day of Kwanzaa:Purpose/Nia Day

December 30, 2009

Kwanzaa is now observed as a national holiday by countless people in homes schools and public and private institutions across the United States.  Like African American History Month, Kwanzaa is a part of the cultural fabric of America and is a special time for African Americans to celebrate the joys of family and community,...
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COOPERATIVE ECONOMIC: FOURTH DAY OF KWANZAA UJAMAA DAY

December 29, 2009

Kwanzaa is now observed as a national holiday by countless people in homes schools and public and private institutions across the United States.  Like African American History Month, Kwanzaa is a part of the cultural fabric of America and is a special time for African Americans to celebrate the joys of family and community,...
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COLLECTIVE WORK AND RESPONSIBILITY: THIRD DAY OF KWANZAA- UJIMA DAY

December 28, 2009

Kwanzaa is now observed as a national holiday by countless people in homes schools and public and private institutions across the United States.  Like African American History Month, Kwanzaa is a part of the cultural fabric of America and is a special time for African Americans to celebrate the joys of family and community,...
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SELF-DETERMINATION: SECOND DAY OF KWANZAA- KUJICHAGULIA DAY

December 27, 2009

Kwanzaa is now observed as a national holiday by countless people in homes schools and public and private institutions across the United States.  Like African American History Month, Kwanzaa is a part of the cultural fabric of America and is a special time for African Americans to celebrate the joys of family and community,...
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First Day of Kwanzaa:Unity Day

December 26, 2009

Kwanzaa is now observed as a national holiday by countless people in homes schools and public and private institutions across the United States.  Like African American History Month, Kwanzaa is a part of the cultural fabric of America and is a special time for African Americans to celebrate the joys of family and community,...
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