Tag Archives: James Baldwin

Reflections on MLK Day 2019

Yesterday was the great Civil Rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s, birthday. I am fortunate that I get to spend my days in an institution of higher learning where the man’s life and his message is meaningfully celebrated—many places … Continue reading

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James Baldwin “Debates” William F. Buckley

Greetings, The brilliant American novelist, poet, critic, essayist, and playwright James Baldwin was born August 2, 1924. Though it’s a bit belated I wanted to honor his presence in the world by passing along to you this “debate” between Baldwin … Continue reading

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