Tag: Martin Luther King Jr.

#FBF: 51 years and 1 day ago

Fifty-one years and one day ago Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated. On that day, Robert Kennedy was in Indianapolis for a presidential campaign rally. But instead of campaigning, Kennedy announced the death of King. His speech was improvised, empathetic, and — despite the…

#FBF: Favorite Books of the 1960s

If you’ve followed me around on Instagram or Goodreads you’ll already know how much of a book nerd I am. In fact, whenever somebody asks what my hobby is, I usually say, “reading”. So, when it came time to research for All Manner of…

Listening to Abraham, Martin, and John

When I was a kid in the 80s we had a giant station wagon, the kind with the seat in the way back that faced rearward. Despite my propensity for car sickness, that rear facing seat was my very favorite. I’d sit back there…

Wrestling, Atticus Finch, and The Great Cloud of Witnesses

My big brother was on the high school wrestling team for one year. Eleven year old me thought nothing of his involvement in the sport until I had to go to his first match. Back in those days my brother was stick-and-bones skinny. He…

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