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I think this is great, and well deserved. Regardless of politics.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/ … video.html
Now you will think this is just a silly stick picture but I did it with feeling for what she did a long time ago...
Thanks. I probably shouldn't say this but thinking about Rosa Parks makes me cry a little. The bravery, the achievement, the power of one person daring to make their own statement.
Against all the lies and posturing of our political leaders, and the inane gabblings of celebrities, the vested interests of the media, the stupidity of our teachers - just sometimes a small insignificant human being does something that changes history.
A statue for her? Of course. In what kind of world would she not have one?
+ Beautifully expressed, and love your image of her.
We need more people like Rosa Parks, willing to stand up for what's right.
But I am a teacher, and I don't think there are too many days that I don't consider who I may be teaching, who she or he may be in the future.
A good thing. Problem is we need more in all regards. The Lady quite simply stands for...
Just Say NO!
Seriously, we need a lot more of that in our society.
A Freewoman that defied an unjust law.
May she be an inspirtition to us all.
by Holle Abee5 years ago
Dems and Repubs are both doing it, and I think it stinks!http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/ … rc=al_excl
by Don W16 months ago
Trump may be in breach of the Lease Agreement for the Trump hotel in Washington. Trump doesn't own the building (the Old Post Office), which is leased from the government (General Service Administration). The lease...
by mintinfo5 years ago
Should there be a statue of Rosa Parks in Washington?Was fighting for equal rights 60yrs ago something that deserves recognition today or would time, patience, and having faith in God have yealded the same results?
by ptosis4 weeks ago
What do you think about this? Personally I think this is a mistake by the DNC to file this in court. It is distracting IMHO.The Democratic National Committee filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit Friday against the...
by Clive Donegal6 years ago
Is there a villain in the House? And Senate?In the May 12 Washington Post linked below,, columnist Ezra Klein makes the argument that while Democrats allow dissent, Republicans insist on partisan loyalty and rigid...
by theirishobserver.7 years ago
A 26-year-old Tunisian woman has been fined for wearing a face veil while walking to a mosque in northern Italy, stoking an increasing debate on the integration of Muslim minorities in Europe.Police in the city of...
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