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Let’s not censor Dr. King’s life even as we glorify him

January 27, 2020

As another year passes with celebrations marking the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, I worry about the dangers of neutering Dr. King’s life, turning him into a “dreamer” who became a martyr.

We shouldn’t forget that Dr. King was a leader, a man of conscience and of action. He sought to transform America and that forced him to be a disrupter — and to bear the wounds of being unpopular in a just cause.

New hope for Pembroke Township

January 13, 2020

Across America, there are pockets of poverty, communities that have been left behind or deprived of the basics needed to develop, like Pembroke Township, a small community south of Chicago along the Indiana border. In this community, one-third of the families live below the poverty line. It is one of the poorest communities in the country, with a median income that is among the lowest.

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PUSH EXCEL AWARD-WINNING ORATORICAL STUDENT TO SPEAK AT SAINT SABINA SUNDAY

January 11, 2020

Rutherford Simmons, 12, (right) is speaking at Saint Sabina’s Dr. King celebration Sunday, January 12th, at the 11:15 a.m. worship service.
He will be reciting Dr. King’s “A Letter From the Birmingham Jail.” His twin brother, Nelson (at the mike) will be there to meet Sarah Collins Rudolph,
the keynote speaker who survived the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing. Her sister, Addie Mae Collins, died along with three other girls.

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Nicor official to speak at the Rainbow PUSH Coalition broadcast on commitment to bring natural gas line to Pembroke

January 10, 2020

 

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January 10, 2020

 

Nicor official to speak at the Rainbow PUSH Coalition broadcast on commitment to bring natural gas line to Pembroke

Rev. Jackson praises white farmers support

 

UPDATE: Video Below

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President Trump is leading America toward war without end in the Middle East

January 6, 2020

It has come to this. An impeached president — still pending trial in the Senate — orders the assassination of a leading Iranian general as he is meeting with the leader of Iraq, a supposed ally. He does so without consultation, much less approval, of Congress. Besieged at home, he lashes out abroad.

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