Tag Archives: Selma

Riding the Celebration Train for Martin Luther King Jr Day 2017

On Monday January 16, 2017, my niece and I rode the Celebration Train from San Jose to San Francisco to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr Day and to commemorate the 1965 civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery. My niece … Continue reading

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Favorite Movies of 2015

The last year was a fun year for movies for me. In the beginning of the year, Lisa and I got to spend time watching the Oscar nominated movies with two close friends whom we hadn’t seen in quite a … Continue reading

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Reverand Willie T. Barrow, Fighter for Human Rights

As I’ve been reading about the recent protests of the Black Lives Matter Movement, I began thinking of the older civil rights leaders who fought for African American rights in decades past. Last March 2015, one of the great civil … Continue reading

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The Freedom Train 2015

On January 19, 2015, I went on what is announced as being the last Freedom Train to commemorate the civil rights march from Selma to Montgomey, Alabama, in 1965. It was a very festive atmosphere, as many families of all … Continue reading

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