Adam Clark

Standing with the Sanitation Workers: A Reprise of Adam Clark on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Many teachers in Oklahoma walked out of their schools to the Oklahoma Capitol on Monday. They are still walking out. Today marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The confluence of events should not lead us to think somehow the two events are identical. But, we should not miss that non-violent resistance has a long history. Read More

Do the Next Right Thing: King’s Legacy as Metaphor with Adam Clark

Guilt paralyzes. We suffer beneath the weight of what we have done. The mental and emotional real estate guilt takes up in our lives often leaves us handicapping our next decision. Read More

(My) Black History: Colorblind?

I did not know she was Black. To distinguish a person based on skin color fell well below the goals of recess fun and meeting new friends. What more do you expect from a five year old? Read More

(My) Black History

No, I am not Black. I am not African-American. But, thinking about February as Black History Month I have been thinking about my story, my life story. Read More

Pledging Allegiance to People: An (Almost) Interview with George E Young Sr

Words take time to live into their full meaning. It may not always be the case. But, when it comes to the self-evident truth that all men are created equal it is hard to deny.

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