African Market Celebrates 500 Years of St. Augustine History, Culture and Diversity

By Rosalinda Sanquiche, September 9, 2013 Fort Mose is hosting its first African Market festival, October 12-14, 2013.  The African Market is planned as a rousing celebration reminiscent of African markets around the world, crowded with food vendors, street artists, musicians, dancers and artisans hawking their wares to visitors looking …

The Dream I (and WE) still have – share your Dream now for 11 Days of Global Unity!

  Many thanks to all who have been submitting your organizations, events and videos from around the world for 11 Days of Global Unity. We will be featuring our 2013 Partner Highlights on the 11 Days pages in the next few days. On the 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr’s …

Survival of the … Nicest?

The heart of the giver makes the gift dear and precious. –Martin Luther King, Jr.   Survival of the … Nicest? –by Eric Michael Johnson, syndicated from Yes Magazine, Jul 15, 2013 A century ago, industrialists like Andrew Carnegie believed that Darwin’s theories justified an economy of vicious competition and inequality. They …

Is American Nonviolence Possible?

        Is American Nonviolence Possible?   By TODD MAY* – The New York Times The choice is not between violence and nonviolence but between nonviolence and nonexistence. – Martin Luther King Jr.   We are steeped in violence.   This past week was of course a searing reminder: Monday’s bombing …

Decentralized Global Rebellion: G8 On The Run; Occupy News Roundup; American Police State; Move To Amend

This Is NOT What Democracy Looks Like! Criminalizing First Amendment Rights If laws like the new Trespass Bill (HR 347) had been in effect during the Civil Rights movement, there would have been no March on Washington. Martin Luther King Jr. and his fellow activists would have been rendered criminals. …