by Lisa Crooms onOctober 11, 2009
Now it's time to start get busy reclaiming your audacity of hope. Taking a cue from Martin Luther King Jr. and Ralph Bunche would be a start.
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Who do you think could bring the gravitas to play the part of Martin Luther King Jr.?
by Michael Eric Dyson onJanuary 18, 2009
Barack Obama may defy many conventional notions of blackness, but his rhetoric is firmly rooted in black soil. While some listen for echoes of Lincoln in Obama's inaugural speech, others will hear Malcolm and Martin.
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