Daily Archives: May 8, 2012

A Mother’s Anguish – The Trayvon Tragedy

By Linda Tarrant-Reid As the world watches the parents of Trayvon Martin seek justice in the murder of their 17-year old son by a vigilante volunteer, we are struck by their grace.  Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton have faced TV … Continue reading

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Déjà Vu All Over Again – Selma to Montgomery March – 2012

By Linda Tarrant-Reid “Ain’t nothin’ changed, but the date.”  Sadly, no truer words have been spoken, especially given the sweeping initiatives by Republicans today to turn back the clock to the Jim Crow Era, where individuals’ rights were legislated away … Continue reading

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