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Monday, January 18, 2010

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Dina

It has been a busy week and I'm just now catching up on all your varied and interesting posts.

The dream and message of Martin Luther King Day fits in well with yesterday's historic visit by Pope Benedict to the Great Synagogue in Rome. Things once thought impossible can be made to happen.

RamblingRound

Our town has a bust of MLK too, but I have used it before so posted something else.

Dean

And have a great MLK holiday too!

Thanks for stopping by the site.

Jacob

Terrific bust and a fine commentary! Those were interesting days to be sure. Frightening, too. And while much has changed for the good we still have a long, long way to go!

Jane Mitchell

Well worth a repeat posting and so appropriate for this MLK Day. I think I recall a posting of the statue of the four A & T students who began the sit-ins here in Greensboro. I couldn't find it, but would like to revisit it too since the opening of the Civil Rights Museum is scheduled for early February here in Greensboro.

Greensboro Daily Photo


Jane (and others): Here is a link to the Greensboro Four last February 1st:

http://www.greensborodailyphoto.com/2009/02/february-one.html

I need to find a new photo for this 2/1 !!!!

Jan
GDP

Ellie

Great way to commemorate an inspiring figure of the life of America and the world!

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