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Martin’s Dream

Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!

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Happy Martin Luther King Day!

My quilt Martin’s Dream reminds us that we do it for the next generation. Do something today to make the world a better place, no matter how small. Happy Martin Luther King Day!

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Personal Reflection on Dr. Martin Luther King

I am a child of the Civil Rights movement. It is hard to believe that I am only 58 years old, and I attended segregated schools. I grew up in Crossett, Arkansas, and I did not go to school with … Continue reading

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Families Need the Confidentiality of Mediation

The children of Dr. Martin Luther King are constantly in the news with their internal squabbles about their parents’ estates. Most people I know find this public airing of dirty family linen distasteful. It also dishonors the memory of their parents. … Continue reading

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