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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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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Never Be Distracted From Our Duty To Teach Civil Rights BY JACK LEVINE Back in August 2016, just a week after the Charlottesville, Virginia Unite the Right white supremacist rally

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MAYA ANGELOU  (1928-2014) A PHENOMENAL WOMAN FOREWORD BY LORI BITTER “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” ― Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

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Two Great Books for Black History Month Reviewer: Jeanette Perkins aka Beeba As we honor Black History in February, here are two books worth a read. The first is a

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An Essay on Discrimination and Human Rights BY JACK LEVINE – 4 GENERATIONS INSTITUTE AND DIRECTOR OF THE GRAND PARTNERS FOR GRANDPARENTS PROGRAM Why is discrimination wrong? While we all have

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By Jack Levine – founder of the 4 Generations Institute In anticipation of the Monday, January 18th Martin Luther King Day celebration, I’m pleased to share this personal reflection. Please feel free to forward my

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