DRY BONES SHALL RISE AGAIN By Margaret-Mary Joseph

Every year (or should I say every February), everybody from the media to recently educated little children like my six-year-old brother bombard everyone else with history lessons. Lessons ranging from Martin Luther Kings dream to Rosa Parks refusing to get up off the seat. Pride wells in the hearts of most as the struggles fought in the 60s, prior to the 60s and not so recently have influenced the way our lives are lived, and increased opportunities for people of color in the United states. Also, remember that that the same period of the fight of civil rights coincides with when many West African countries gained independence from their colonial masters. Did Africa really gain independence? That one na tori for another day talk for another day.

This year, I would like to see MLK and RP walking amongst us. Not their ghosts by the way, but perceptions of them. NE went into the streets to see how people would view themselves as these activists of old. Please enjoy. All comments are welcome.

 

 
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