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Climbing to the Mountaintop, Part 3

I believe Martin Luther King, Jr. left more than his legacy when he was murdered. I believe he left us a plan. To be fair, I think this plan for social change was adapted from his study of Mahatma Gandhi and the methods of his successful civil resistance movement in India. King readily admitted to learning most of what he knew about civil disobedience, resistance and nonviolence from Gandhi. When describing the bus...

Climbing to the Mountaintop, Part 2

On Monday, in Part 1 of this three part post I told you why I think Martin Luther King, Jr. was so great and why we need him today. As I also mentioned, I am on the committee for DuPage County’s MLK celebration that happened Monday night. Let me tell you, it was something else. The energy was electrifying and the speakers were more than inspiring. Rev. Otis Moss, III from Trinity UCC in Chicago outdid himself! He...

Climbing to the The Mountaintop, Part 1

Today is a great day for me—it’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Day! I am a committee member for the DuPage County MLK Celebration tonight at Elmhurst College. Click here for details. If possible, join us!! If you know me, you know I am a devotee of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I am a 52 year-old white mother of four living in the heart of the Midwest. My county, (DuPage is west of Chicago), is not the poster county...

Rev. Duncan Newcomer: The Coming Victory

I have to tell you that one of the greatest joys of this blog for me is to give voice to friends who haven’t caught the blogging bug yet but who have voices that need to be heard. My friend, Duncan Newcomer, really should have his own site. He has lots of important things to say. But until he creates his own, he is welcome to be a guest blogger on the Sacred Feminist. Thank you, Duncan, for your contribution....

A little help for the Sacred Feminist?

I am doing a little “Sacred Feminist Research” and there are a few reasons why. I am interested in what moves other Sacred Feminists to action and I would like to help to bring inspiration to that in this blog. Also, I have been reading many other blogs about religion, feminism, some combination of the two and some anti-feminism blogs by women. The spectrum of material and views is amazing. I would love...

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