Thursday, January 12, 2012

Letter From A Birmingham Jail

I grew up in Birmingham. I remember the "White" and the "Colored" drinking fountains and restrooms. We will never be free until we're all free. That's still true. Dr. King was working to combat poverty and injustice among all of the races when he was gunned down. He spoke for the 99%. I loved him with all of my heart and I love the brave souls who are doing the same today. Give us peace on earth and end this dreadful, dreadful war.


  1. Wonderful, moving post, Ronny.

  2. Thank you for sharing what is in your beautiful heart, Ronnie.