Monday, January 15, 2018

For MLK Day . . .

. . . "My Brother's Keeper," a painting by Haitian artist Watson Mere.

We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools.

Related Off-site Links:
This Haitian American Artist's Image of MLK Hushing Trump Goes Viral Again – Stephen Snyder (PRI, January 15, 2018).
The Story Behind One of the Most Powerful Images of the Resistance – Tod Perry (Good, August 24, 2016).
Martin Luther King, Jr. Was More Radical Than We Remember – Jenn M. Jackson (Teen Vogue, January 15, 2018).
Martin Luther King, Jr., the Radical: 9 MLK Quotes the Media Won’t Cite – Kali Holloway (AlterNet via Salon, January 16, 2017).
Dr. Martin Luther King in 1967: “We As a Nation Must Undergo a Radical Revolution of Values”Democracy Now!, January 21, 2013).
If Martin Luther King Jr Were Alive Today, Politicians Would Denounce Him – Steven W. Thrasher (The Guardian, January 15, 2018).
Malcolm and Martin, Closer Than We Ever Thought – John Blake (CNN, May 19, 2010).
Turning King's Dream Into a Nightmare – Chris Hedges (Truthdig, January 13, 2018).

See also the previous Wild Reed posts:
Quote of the Day – January 15, 2017
Martin Luther King, Jr. and Democratic Socialism
Global Condemnation for Trump's Latest Ignorant and Racist Comments

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