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Archive for Freedom
Dec 2014 12

“Still Marching and Working for Justice.”

The march for justice today in Washington D.C. led by the Reverend Al Sharpton and other leaders from across the nation will once again call attention to the recent rash of deaths of black men and boys by police and the failure of the legal system to hold them accountable for their actions. These and […]

Feb 2014 26

“American Freedom, the Spirit of Innovation & the Creative Legacy of the Civil Rights Movement”

Delivered at The General Electric Corporation Black History Month Celebration February 26, 2014 By Carlyle Fielding Stewart, III Where there is freedom there is a spirit of innovation and creativity. Where there is no freedom, the spirit of innovation lags, wanes and perishes in the quagmires of inertia, and the people languish in uncertainty. The […]

Aug 2013 22

What are Leaders Without the People?

In heaping praises and accolades on great leaders of our time, we often fail to recognize the everyday people who help to make these leaders great. All this week we will observe the mighty work of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and of other leaders in the civil and human rights movements. However, […]

Jul 2013 04

“My Country ‘Tis of Thee”

Looking out over the landscape of America this 4th of July, I am reminded of that great song that we used to sing in elementary school. With hands across our hearts, we looked to the flag, pledging our allegiance. Then, after a short pause, we would turn to the front of the classroom, to our […]

Jun 2013 26

Detroit’s 50th Anniversary Freedom March

They came by the thousands; people of every station and hue, from every sector and segment of American society. They all came to witness to the importance of that day 50 years ago¬†when Martin Luther King Jr., the Rev. C.L. Franklin, Walter Reuther, labor leaders and other leaders gathered as one, locking arms marching down […]

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