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Still timely after 42 years

Instead of a Friday Photo, I’m posting a Friday Video. This song by Stevie Wonder has been discussed as one of the best protest songs ever. Released in 1974, it is still timely.

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Don’t sit out on the work that needs to be done

James Taylor’s song Shed a Little Light,┬áis not new, nor is my posting it here on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Performance of the song in the video below is unique. When Taylor’s summer tour last year took him to … Continue reading

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The whispers are getting louder

During the dark years of the Bush/Cheney Presidency, I began to think that one outcome would be a fundamental social and economic revolution in our country. I think, and hope, the whispers are getting louder.

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