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Martin Luther King, Jr. Decried Profiteering at Expense of Poor Overseas


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the media, politicians, and community leaders will mark the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr., as primarily a call to volunteerism. But his more challenging messages, such as the speech he delivered at Riverside Church in April 1967 in … Continue reading

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Avatar’s Theme Has Striking Similarities to the Plundering of Congo

Avatar, the most popular movie in recent years, delivers more than 3-D special effects and an exotic adventure that keep you on the edge of your seat. It also has something important to say about the plundering of mineral wealth … Continue reading

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