42 – The Remarkable story of Jackie Robinson


  Just in time for the 2013 baseball season to start, on April 9 the story of an American icon, Jackie Robinson will be shown in theaters across the nation.  Aptly titled “42” the film has received positive previews and is sure to be a hit for baseball fans, for those who enjoy history and … Continue reading

Only 13% Black Churches Supported Rev. Martin Luther King during Civil Rights Movement


(Postscript updated April 2, 2018)….Perhaps you were not born in 1968 or maybe you didn’t focus on key facts of the Civil Rights Movement……..or maybe the recent media portrayal of Dr. King as a beloved martyr (although well deserved) is your reality?  However,  the facts are clear as pointed out in Dr. Day’s work.   As … Continue reading

Rosa Parks makes history again – Historic Statue in Statuary Hall


Affectionately known as “The Mother” of the modern Civil Rights era, Mrs. Rosa Parks now sits in a place reserved for famous public servants.  Her 9 foot statue is on display in the Capitol Rotunda; Statuary Hall.  Her act of courage is historic and even today, some continue to attempt to marginalize or block a … Continue reading

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