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Archive for Movements
Nov 2018 13

“America You Go Girls!”

The pendulums of justice and freedom are swinging back to their rightful places for all the people of America. The 2018 midterm elections is a referendum on what most Americans want their country to be; not a nation of haters bent on bullying their way to power by frightening and pummeling the people into submission […]

Mar 2018 14

And the Children and Youths Will Lead Them

Enough is enough! The children of Florida have spoken and the rest of the nation is paying attention. Deeply hurt and traumatized seeing their school mates, family members and teachers gunned down in cold blood in the hallways and classrooms of their schools, they are ready to take constructive action to curtail, prevent and eradicate […]

Nov 2017 11

“Sick And Tired Of Being Sick And Tired?”

Every day I encounter people filled with so much anxiety and disgust about the future of America that many of them have lost all hope of ever turning this country back in the right direction. Many are worried about their personal safety and survival and concerned about the future of their children in a country […]

Sep 2016 20

Politics, the Pulpit and the People, Part I

Originally Published by the Michigan Chronicle July 13-19, 2016 Many people believe that the church should stay out of politics and that politics should stay out of the church. This view stems partly from arguments for the separation of Church and State. “The phrase “separation of church and state” is generally traced to a January […]

Jan 2014 29

“Turning the Other Cheek and Nonviolence: King, Gandhi and Jesus’ Third Way”

Delivered at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit, Michigan, Martin Luther King Jr. Day January 20, 2014 Carlyle Fielding Stewart, III We gather today to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr, one of America’s most beloved freedom fighters – whose concern for social justice led him into a variety of […]

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, […]

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