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Dr. King’s Dreams – Rational, Radical, Revolutionary !!!

January 16, 2016 by


Dr. King’s Dreams – Rational, Radical, Revolutionary !!! By Brother Mxolisi T. Sowell As the title suggests, and as an in-depth perusal of his own words will drive home, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a man of many “dreams” – Rational (clear, sensible, logical), Radical (advocating thorough political and social reform), and Revolutionary (envisioning […]

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. — A Radiant & Revolutionary Star in Our January Sky!

January 14, 2014 by


January 15, 1929 — Martin Luther King, Jr. born; Baptist minister and prominent civil rights leader (1950’—1968), Nobel Peace Prize winner (1964); as a Morehouse College student, was impressed with Dr. Benjamin Mays’ criticisms of the complacency of the African American community in the face of oppression, and the Black church’s emphasis on the hereafter […]

Martin Luther King, Jr. – “Dreamer” and “Dismantler”

January 13, 2014 by


Martin Luther King, Jr. – “Dreamer” and “Dismantler” By Minister Mxolisi Ozo-Sowande / aka T. Sowell, Jr. Senior Minister Emeritus, Wo’se Community House of Amen Ra Here we are again: In the midst of another “I Have a Dream” re-run season. Another season of failing and refusing to appreciate the fullness of the man – […]

The Purpose Of Education — by Morehouse Student, Martin Luther King Jr.

January 11, 2012 by


The Purpose Of Education by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Morehouse College Student Paper, The Maroon Tiger, in 1947 (18 years of age!) As I engage in the so-called “bull sessions” around and about the school, I too often find that most college men have a misconception of the purpose of education. Most of the […]