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Injustices addressed 50 years after MLK speech

January 21, 2013

It’s been 50 years since Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered the nation’s most famous speech of peace and justice, but if Dr. King was alive today could he look around proudly and say that his dream of peace, unity and justice has truly been fulfilled?
Well, not exactly, said Rev. Dr. Clementine Mays, pastor of Poplar Springs CME Church, who said even though King would be delighted to see some broken down racial barriers today and signs of unification things just aren’t quite where King dreamed of them to be.

Cole brings latest novel to Luncheon with Books

January 21, 2013

Luncheon with Books is proud to announce author Bobby Cole will be at the January 26, luncheon to share his newest novel “Moon Underfoot.”
“It’s been a  few years since you read “The Dummy Line” and now I’m excited to share that I have a new story entitled “Moon Underfoot” that releases this week.  It’s a sequel to The Dummy Line,” said Cole. “Here is a teaser to let you know what the book is about.”

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