Martin Luther King Jr.

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I Will Not Rejoice In the Death of an Enemy

So, apparently Osama Bin Laden is dead. The entire thing is kind of odd and I feel like I’m watching 24.  This is the type of thing that Jack Bauer would come up with to flush the real Osama out of hiding. I’m not, however, going to discuss the many, many questions I have surrounding this incident, just one; why celebrate?

Martin Luther King Jr. - A TRUE REBEL

It all started with Rosa Parks.  When Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to move to the back of the bus (the black section), there was no turning back.  Rosa was arrested on December 1, 1955 and 4 days later Martin was elected the head of a new protest group.  King helped to organize a bus boycott which would ask all black citizens to not use the bus system in Montgomery, Alabama until they were desegregated, no longer having a white section and a black section.  “Our concern” says Martin’s autobiography “would not be to put the bus company out

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