Post Tagged with: "Martin Luther King"

A scene of poverty in Alabama.

Rep. Tom Jackson Speaks on the “State” of Alabama

By Angela Vullo Feb. 17, 2019–Approximately fifty years after Dr. Martin Luther King made his pleas for economic justice, we are confronted with the fact that wealth inequality has turned the United States into one of the most extremely income-stratified nations in the world. In this context, it is instructive […]

by February 17, 2019 Commentary, News
Martin Luther King addresses the 1963 March on Washington from the Lincoln Memorial

Martin Luther King: Fulfilling the Constitution

By Nancy Spannaus April 4, 2018—On this 50th anniversary of the assassination of that great American Martin Luther King, we’d do well to devote serious thought to his mission. In my view, it was nothing less than to inspire a movement to fulfill the ideals of the American System for all […]

by April 4, 2018 Commentary
Bobby Kennedy campaigning for President in 1968

A Man for This Season: Robert F. Kennedy, From Conservative to Revolutionary

A Book Review Bobby Kennedy, A Raging Spirit Chris Matthews Simon & Schuster, 2017, 352 pp. by Angela Vullo Jan. 29, 2018—My purpose in this review, like that of author Matthews, is to address the question of Robert F. Kennedy’s true identity in American politics. I believe that Matthews, proceeding […]

by January 29, 2018 Commentary
UN Report on U.S. Poverty Shows Martin Luther King’s Dream Turned Nightmare

UN Report on U.S. Poverty Shows Martin Luther King’s Dream Turned Nightmare

by Angela Vullo January 7, 2018–Just as the U.S. Congress was preparing to vote on the controversial tax reform, UN Special Rapporteur Philip Alston released a damning report on poverty in the United States, on December 15, 2017. Alston, the United Nations special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, […]

by January 7, 2018 News