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Category Archives: Poverty
by Kathie MM In celebration of Black History Month, this post honors Alicia Garza (included in EP’s second list of 100 peace and justice advocates), a model of the characteristics that define peace activists. Nonviolence: Alicia’s main goal is the … Continue reading →
By Kathie Malley-Morrison & Anthony J. Marsella The Meaning of Peace and the Criteria for Nominations to the MLK Peace & Social Justice Activist List To be hopeful in bad times … is based on the fact that human history … Continue reading →
By Kathie Malley-Morrison & Anthony J. Marsella Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., is gone, but his legacy of peace, justice, and nonviolence endures. Hallelujah! Celebrating that legacy should not be consigned to one day. Let’s strive for an MLK … Continue reading →
Welcome to the Land of King! by Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D. Ladies and gentlemen, I write to you today from Atlanta, Georgia, USA, the birthplace and national shrine of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929–1968), clergyman, civil rights leader, … Continue reading →