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..."Brand" shows up in the World, in a way that makes our Competitors take Notice. We can utilize Social Media to make China and their crappy inhuman, non-existent Labor Laws eat our Dust.
If not, we will continue to learn harsh lessons like the Wineries Cesar Chavez and companies Martin Luther King hit with their brilliant Labor Strikes.
All over the world; in Venezuela, in the Ukraine, in Greece, even in NYC the People are Speaking Up. America is a Light of Hope for what is Possible beyond the Mistakes of the Past. We must Listen to our Global Citizens and create Positive... (more)
They told Bobby not to go.
The police escort left him as he entered the black Indianapolis neighborhood where his next campaign stop was to be. April 4, 1968. Senator Kennedy knew that Martin Luther King, Jr., had just been felled by an assassin's bullet in Memphis. The crowd did not. Bobby would be the one to tell them.
They were on their own, he and his staff. It fell to him to underscore in his own words what the fallen Reverend had said: darkness does not drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate does not drive out hate; only love can do that. That's what King... (more)
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... before. Playback: "bailar y ritmo ?bailar y ritmo " That was the vocal in the back ground, and I was supposed to write the verses.
poetry poetry poetry beats
poetry beats beats beats
bailar y ritmo? bailar y ritmo
but afterward, chuggin’ rum in
Martin Luther King Park
drunk and making out.
I heard King’s voice,
speaking to me, right when I
noticed how beautifully blue? my
producer’s eyes were.
I was seeing double...
?Martin Luther King’s voice was ringing clear, asking of me, "...a poet has a ... (more)
...of the truth of God expect precisely that little point which the world and the devil are at that moment attacking, I am not confessing Christ, however boldly I may be professing Christ. Where the battle rages, there the loyalty of the soldier is proved, and to be steady in all the battle front besides is but flight and disgrace if you flinch at this point."Five hundred years later, Martin Luther King Jr. said, "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy. Where do you stand?? Amen.(more)
...volunteering oneself to the lives of others, and never giving up.
This is only a fragment of a promise for change which has only just begun. The start of that change and hope was seen in the eyes of so many watching the speech given by President Barack Obama tonight.
Martin Luther King, Jr., Robert F. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Malcolm X, Eleanor Roosevelt, Rosa Parks, and so many others I wish I could name one by one are looking on with pride as we all look forward.
It is my hope and prayer that we all will get beside our President-Elect, Barack Obama in support ... (more)
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