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Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza (Life In The Shadows) by Gloria Anzaldua

Books allow the dead to speak to the living. All writers know this basic fact, that we become immortal by the very act of writing. Today, I picked up a copy of a book called, “Borderlands, La Frontera” by Gloria … Continue reading

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Dr. Martin Luther King:”Loving Your Enemies,” Sermon Delivered at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church

November 17, 1957 Montgomery, Alabama I am forced to preach under something of a handicap this morning. In fact, I had the doctor before coming to church. And he said that it would be best for me to stay in … Continue reading

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