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May 2014 30

The Prophetic Black Church Still Needed Today.

Posted in African American Communities, Religion, The African American Church

Since the beginning of our time in the United States of America, black religion and the black preacher have played vital roles in articulating the hopes, aspirations and ultimate destiny of African-American people. Ever since the bullwhip days of slavery and reconstruction, the harsh realities of Jim Crow and the continuing cauldron of racial segregation […]

May 2014 29

“Maya Has Left Us But Her Words Still Lift Us”

Posted in Black History, Great Souls, Those Great and Gifted Women
Maya Angelou

The death of the great poet and writer Maya Angelou speaks to the power of the human spirit to transcend the travesties and indignities of human suffering and oppression. Her life is a testament, a metaphor, a window into the meaning of hope, the triumph of redemption and the genius of reinvention. She lived her […]

Feb 2014 26

“American Freedom, the Spirit of Innovation & the Creative Legacy of the Civil Rights Movement”

Posted in Black History, Creativity-Innovation, Freedom, Leadership, Speeches
Collage Black History

Delivered at The General Electric Corporation Black History Month Celebration February 26, 2014 By Carlyle Fielding Stewart, III Where there is freedom there is a spirit of innovation and creativity. Where there is no freedom, the spirit of innovation lags, wanes and perishes in the quagmires of inertia, and the people languish in uncertainty. The […]

Jan 2014 29

“Turning the Other Cheek and Nonviolence: King, Gandhi and Jesus’ Third Way”

Posted in Movements, Non Violent Social Change, Peace, Social Justice, Speeches
MLK & Ghandi

Delivered at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit, Michigan, Martin Luther King Jr. Day January 20, 2014 Carlyle Fielding Stewart, III We gather today to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr, one of America’s most beloved freedom fighters – whose concern for social justice led him into a variety of […]

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