Monthly Archives: March 2011

About the Bus

    When the history books are written in the future somebody will have to say there lived a race of people, a black people, fleecy locks and black complexion, a people who had moral courage to stand up for … Continue reading

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Civil Rights Tour, Part 2

Listening to Ray Charles and Dr. John this morning as I worked out on the cross-trainer, I found myself eager to get back to writing more about our trip. The first afternoon with the group I was not really with … Continue reading

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Civil Rights Tour, Part 1

I’m home after a one of the most stimulating trips I’ve ever been on, happy to sleep in my own bed, doing some regular exercise and slowly processing all that I learned over the last week in the deep south. … Continue reading

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Spring Fever

Spring seems to be upon us here in Virginia.  Daffodils, Winter Jasmine and Witch Hazel are splashing the still brown land with yellow.  Next month forsythia will follow. I wrote the following poem remembering what spring, particularly March, was like … Continue reading

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