Those forces of opposition to the Dream find their strength through delay, whether Dr. Martin Luther King’s Dream, The Dreamers (young first-generation sons and daughters of immigrants), the Native American belief that Life is one big Dream, or the American Dream itself. The January issue and the first … Continue reading The January Theme: Pathways to Healing the Shattered Dream
“Dred Scott Decision — On March 6, 1857, Chief Justice Roger B. Taney, of the United States Supreme Court, declared that ‘The negro has no rights which the white man is bound to respect’; in a decision to deny a … Continue reading They Shoot Dreamers Don’t They?
The American Dream is a big one, the problem is, the dream was never meant for everyone, so we’re going to have to do some dismantling of hurdles in order for it to be accessible to everyone. If one simply … Continue reading Pathways to healing the shattered dream
(In Memory of “The Dreamer,” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.) By Joel A. Bowman, Sr. There came a man: Martin Luther King.He inspired us with his lofty dream. He dreamed of peace and equality,He repudiated hatred and bigotry. The year … Continue reading There Came A Man