Honoring the Dream of Dr. Martin Luther King BY JACK LEVINE It was late August 1963. I was 12. I remember my father calling me into his room. The radio

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s Last Speech In Memphis, TN Thank you very kindly, my friends. As I listened to Ralph Abernathy and his eloquent and generous introduction and then

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BY JACK LEVINE “Humanitarians standing up and speaking out against not only antisemitism but against all forms of hate.” Over the past few weeks, I have been soul-searching for a

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BY JACK LEVINE I remember 9/11… Early that brilliant sunny morning, I was on a train from Baltimore heading to an early childhood policy conference in Newark. As we approached

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A Lady I Admire – An Essay on Advocating Justice BY JACK LEVINE There’s a lady I’ve known for my entire life.  I’ve grown to love and respect her.  Even though,

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You’ve Got to be Taught… CONTRIBUTED BY JACK LEVINE In Rogers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific, we are given this lesson in song… You’ve got to be taught to hate and

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BY JACK LEVINE As we look forward to the July 4th Independence Day celebration,  let’s think for a few minutes about the words that were principally drafted by 33-year-old Thomas Jefferson

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BY JACK LEVINE As Father’s Day approaches, I’m motivated to share these personal essays profiling men whose lives span over a century: my father, Chaim, my sons, Aaron and Josh, and one of

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