Tag: Racial Injustice

Dr. King and His Dream are More Relevant Than Ever

Dr. King and His Dream are More Relevant Than Ever

Martin Luther King Day is special, a time when we reflect on our beliefs about equality, equity, inclusion, diversity, fairness, etc., and, as one of my colleagues said today, recommit to acting on them.

Your Eyes were on the Prize, John Lewis

Your Eyes were on the Prize, John Lewis

I join millions of others in mourning the late Congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis, a true American hero, and offer a simple haiku in his honor.

Essay in Texas Monthly about Juneteenth by a Black Writer

Essay in Texas Monthly about Juneteenth by a Black Writer

Highlighting a gritty, moving and inspiration story in honor of Juneteenth.

Freedom’s Plow – Wisdom from Poet Langston Hughes, Because Something Must Be Said

Freedom’s Plow – Wisdom from Poet Langston Hughes, Because Something Must Be Said

It has to be crystal clear where the Glover Gardens blog stands on racism and prejudice.


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