Tag Archives: Dr. Martin Luther King

…and the Children Shall Lead Them

I still have some work to do.  Summer is almost here, and I still have work to do.  Last week, we finished our lessons on the Children’s March in Birmingham, Alabama.  In 1963, some eight, hard years after the negotiated … Continue reading

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The Man with the Golden Voice

“I don’t like her,” one young lady in debate class says about the ninety-year-old mother of Ted Williams, the homeless man with the golden voice.  Williams was recently “discovered”on the side of the exit ramp off Interstate 71 in Columbus, … Continue reading

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